Welcome to VisionQuest 20/20
There's a significant public health issue at stake when vision disorders in children go undetected. For many children, the lack of access to reliable and affordable vision screenings leads to lifelong health, academic and psychosocial consequences, such as poor grades, low self esteem and the inability to participate in sports.
That's why VisionQuest 20/20 is working with schools to implement the EyeSpy 20/20™ video game technology for affordable school-based vision screenings. With EyeSpy 20/20™, schools can screen children by having them "play" the fun, interactive video game that detects vision problems early on, when there is still time for corrective action.
We are working with people like you - parents, school officials, philanthropic donors, sponsors and the general public - to implement this program in schools across the nation.
About VisionQuest 20/20
Founded in 2003 as The Amblyopia Foundation of America, VisionQuest 20/20 is the only 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to establishing our country's first nationwide vision screening program for schoolchildren.
Our scientifically validated and comprehensive program has screened over 120,000 children in schools across the country. Providing accurate and reliable results, our vision screening program identifies children with potential vision disorders. Referrals are automatically generated and provided to parents for follow-up diagnosis and treatment with a medical or eye care professional.