Aid in Treatment

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Visual dysfunctions are very common issues affecting approximately 4 out of every 10 children under 15 years in Europe.

Many of these are not detected or properly diagnosed, causing serious adaptation problems among children and youngster who suffer from them.

With severe symptoms, visual dysfunctions can limit daily activities and affect the development of the youngest.

Obtaining an early and accurate diagnose is important to mitigate long term irreversible consequences on an individual patient’s health condition. WIVI will help to perform the treatment decided by the health proffesional

We receive more than 85% of the information about the world around us, using vision.

The symptoms

Children suffering of visual dysfunctions can experiment a variety of symptoms:

  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Skipping lines when reading
  • Trouble focusing
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Blurred vision
  • Vertigo
  • Anxiety
  • Light sensitivity
  • Overlapping vision
  • Dizziness
  • Learning Disability
  • Disability reading
  • Shaky vision
  • Eye strain
  • Visual fatigue

With WIVI training, 95% of these symptoms can improve or disappear.

Dyslexia and ADHD are diagnoses commonly used to identify learning difficulties of some children. You know that the 20% of the children with dyslexia and 30% with ADHD are misdiagnosed with visual dysfunctions. However, visual dysfunction can often be the cause of a child’s inattention, especially when associated with reading/learning disabilities and behaviour disorders.

From assessment to vision improvement

WIVI is a new immersive solution based on 3D visualization to aid in treatment, providing information to the health proffesional to help in triage or identify early signs of a disease or condition.

The solution allows a comfortable and free way to describes the skills and capabilities of the visual system as well as the design and implementation of treatment by appropriate vision training for improvement and standardization.