Assessment v2

Updated May 13, 2021

To find out your child’s risk for myopia, or for their myopia to get worse, take our short quiz. With only a few questions, you will know your child’s risk level for progressive myopia and what you can do to help them.

Treehouse Eyes is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy, and we’ll only use your personal information to administer your account and to provide the products and services you requested from us. If you provide your email address you agree to receive other communications from Treehouse Eyes.

First & Last Name
Email
Is your child myopic (Needs glasses or contact lenses to see clearly at a distance)?
Is Your child Between the ages of 4 and 18?
Is an immediate family member (father, mother or sibling) myopic?
(select YES even if that family member has had LASIK or another refractive surgery procedure for myopia)
Approximately how many hours per day does your child spend on close work (reading and using electronic devices, etc.)?
Approximately how many hours per day does your child spend outdoors, including school recess/breaks?
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Assessment

Updated October 27, 2019

Take our short quiz to know about your child’s risk for myopia, or if their nearsightedness is going to worsen. By answering these questions, you’ll find out the risk of progressive myopia in your child and how you can help them.

Treehouse Eyes is dedicated to respecting and protecting your privacy, and we will only utilize your personal information to provide the products and services you requested from us and to administer your account. If you provide your email address, you agree to receive other communications from Treehouse Eyes.

First & Last Name
Email
Does your child require glasses or contact lenses to see clearly at a distance?
Is your child’s age between 4 and 18?
Is a close family member (either parent or a sibling) myopic?
(choose YES even if that family member once had refractive surgery for myopia, such as LASIK)
How many hours/day does your child spend on near work (using mobile phones/tablets or other electronic devices, and reading, etc.)?
How many hours/day does your child spend time outdoors, including during school breaks/recess?
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