My 10 year old daughter has been wearing eyeglasses since age 2 in order to correct farsightedness. We think her depth perception is weak. Can she be tested for this, and if there’s a problem – can it be treated?
A very simple, straightforward stereopsis test will determine if your daughter has normal depth perception. During this testing, she will put on 3-D glasses and be asked to look at a chart across the room or at a number of objects in a specialized book. If reduced stereopsis is diagnosed, she will be advised to undergo vision therapy.