That's very interesting - my 3 year old daughter we just found out has sensory processing disorder & has been dealing with a "lazy" eye since she was an infant. We have never been convinced that her vision is very clear in that eye - as she squints & rubs it alot. Of course because of her sensory issues, she wouldn't let her come near & the opthomologist could not do a thorough exam.
We are waiting to see the specialist again in hopes she will let them look & is then going for surgery.
I bet it IS connected!
As the name suggests , The SID affects the senses namely – Tactile , Auditory , Oral , Proprioception , Olfactory and visual.The frequency , duration and intensity of dysfunction varies in different children . Please consult an opthalmologist for a complete eye check up . Hope this helps you . Take care and regards !
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