Unfortunately no. Vision therapy requires constant supervision by the Behavioral Optometrist or vision therapist who can monitor whether a given activity is too easy or too difficult, as well as determine whether the patient is seeing the target correctly.
If done improperly it may actually make vision less efficient. We do however, assign home therapy to be done in conjunction with in-office therapy.
We are seeing 6th month old infant onwards. Frequently after we tested their child, parents will ask "How young can i test?". A common misconsception lots of time people have is that they think that their child need to know "alphabets" then only can test. But we able to perform the test, while checking their health, as well as their development. That's why sometimes short-sightedness can be prevent