Behaviors that may indicate a visual impairment:
* Does not attempt to locate objects visually.
* Usually turns towards or fixates on light sources (such as overhead
lighting, lamps of sunlight.
* Engages in visual self-stimulation such as eye-poking or hand flapping.
* Does not make eye contact.
* Has difficulty walking or crawling smoothly across areas that look
different (such as carpet or tile).
* Needs to touch or have an object close to the face to identify it.
* Prefers only brightly colored or shiny objects.
* Has difficulty reaching for and grasping objects in a consistent manner.
* Squints, covers or closes one eye when looking at objects.
* Has eyes that are red or watery, not clear.
* Eyes that turn in or out at any time.
* Turns or tilts head or body while using vision.