As a result of our ongoing struggle with the school system here, M had an independent educational evaluation done by a nationally renowned neuropsychologist. The results were very validating for me. I knew she struggled to learn; I knew it wasn't from lack of intelligence. Finally I have 31 pages of results from correctly performed evaluations, explaining my daughter.
There are many new things we learned about M. Many.many.many. Things. Which is both good to finally know exactly what's going on, and very overwhelming to realize all at once how broad the scope of her learning disabilities are.
And we walked away with several more new diagnosis. Binocular amblyopia. Intermitant strabismus. Dyslexia. And more.
So this is happening. Prism lenses.
Her eyes themselves are healthy. But they don't work together and as a result of her stroke, her brain distorts images. Hopefully this will help some. I feel awful for my child to have been trying to read and write with all of this going on.