V wears glasses when we do school work (the little we do). He was last tested in August and is very mildly nearsighted. The Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) is working on phonemic awareness with him and of course uses the alphabet. V always think that q, p, d,b, g look the same. He has to REALLY focus to see the difference. And I'm not talking about naming them. Just seeing that they are different. I can't imagine his eyesight getting that bad so fast. He also has issues with foreground and bakground in a picture. Things just kind of blend and if the picture is crowded, V sees some really weird things. For example, we were playing a card game (or trying to LOL) and there was a duck holding a big fish in its arms. V thought it was a mermaid! He could not see that the duck and the fish were 2 seperate entities. He also gets completely overwhelmed if visual presentations are too colorful and saturated with details. Which is usually the case for preschoolers. I keep my homemade visual aids black and white with the least details as possible. I made an appointment for next week, but I can see it coming: "nothing wrong with his eye sight, go home"... Just like "nothing wrong with his hearing" when we first went to our hometown audiologist. Anyone has experience with visual issues like those? You know what is ironic? V is a visual learner! HaHaHa... not even funny.