Friday, October 9, 2009

Check-list for visual impairment

You can go after a check-list to assess the visual disability of your child. You could become aware of the symptom that up to 3 months from the time of birth the infant does not pay attention to visual stimulus. Also, the baby does not spotlight or follow bright objects in the visual field. Around six months, the baby does not arrive at out for a toy in the visual field. Also he does not create eye contact while being fed or cuddled. When an object has been given, the baby does not examine it.
From 6 to 9 months, the baby does not distinguish between people he is familiar with and strangers. It will then be tough for the baby to pick up puny objects. By the end of the first year, you could become aware of the baby shuts or covers one eye while focusing. He holds plaything close to his eyes and bumps into large objects while swarming. The baby does not hold a cup or spoon while being fed and looks with a slanted head. When it comes to imitating the actions the baby will not be able to go behind it. All these symptoms or medical condition will project the visual disability of the baby and instantaneous treatment has to be done.


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