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What is a low vision aid (LVA) clinic? This clinic aims to show your child how to use a range of different low vision aids, such as magnifier and binoculars. Low vision aids can help a visually impaired child with many activities, such as reading and writing. If your child finds a low vision...

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What is the visual impairment (VI) telephone consultation clinic? When your child is diagnosed with a visual impairment, we understand it can be a difficult and overwhelming time. We will try to answer all of your questions at your appointment, but you may have more questions or concerns when you...

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The eye department is located on A floor in Sheffield Children’s Hospital. When you come to your appointment, you will be greeted by a receptionist who will ask you to check in. You will then be called in by the orthoptist for your appointment. Vision test It is important for us to test each...

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This resource about coloboma will explain: The way the eyes and brain normally work to make ‘vision’ The reason why vision may become impaired by a specific condition The cause of the condition The effects of the condition on the child’s vision How the condition is diagnosed What...

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