RightEye is a standardized computer-based testing system used to improve functional vision needed to engage in developmentally appropriate activities including school and gross motor tasks such as reading and writing as well as catching and throwing a ball. Using an FDA-approved program, an Occupational Therapy Practitioner uses standardized tests including Dynamic Vision Module, RightEye Sensorimotor, Reading Skills Module, and Sports Vision Module Videos. The child completes a 5-minute non-invasive test administered by their occupational therapy practitioner by tracking eye movements and providing data to formulate a customized dynamic training program. Based on testing results, the child and parent perform dynamic vision training programs at home to address specific needs of the client to assist in deficit areas.

RightEye Program