This picture is a great representation of what we’ve been going through and how I believe my child feels.

The VisionHelp Blog

It has been said, “A picture is worth a thousand words.”

But how do you show with a picture the impact of a vision problem that affects over 20 million people in the US alone, often resulting in stress-related symptoms and unnecessary frustration in reading and learning potential? How do you show with a picture a serious vision condition that often leads to emotional fallout including, anger, anxiety and reduced self-esteem? How do you show with a picture a vision problem that is usually not identified in a standard eye sight vision screening or routine eye examination so those affected may not even realize they have the problem? How do you show with a picture that there is hope, because this condition has been extensively researched and there is a cure?!

How do you show with a picture?

Created in recognition of June as National Convergence Insufficiency Awareness Month,  vision advocacy group, VisionHelp and acclaimed graphics designer Rebecca Sherry tells the story with this picture:

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