I recently had a vision assessment done. I had to do a lot of tracking exercises which really pushed me. I have no problem with things being blurry vs clear. It is mainly being able to track things with my eyes the way I want to without them tiring out very quickly. I want to be able to read a book on my own without my eyes burning after only reading a few sentences. I can read, just not for a long time and not without help knowing where I am at on the page. Reading is my favorite thing to do and it frustrates me that it is not something I can do alone in my room without help. I will keep pushing myself to meet this goal because it’s very important to me. The testing confirmed what I already knew. My eyes are all over the place. If I look too far in one direction, my eyes shoot the other way. It drives me crazy. It makes screen use exceptionally hard. I fatigue after just a few hours and it makes me not want to use technology. People don’t always think about the implications of vision. This is especially true if the person doesn’t need glasses. I believe all people who have AAC devices should have a vision test done by an OT because we need our vision more than speaking people to communicate adequately.