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How old is the child? Have you been able to have his eyes examined and his vision tested? If so do you recall the results of that exam?
Also, are you saying that he concentrates on the rifle target instead of other things?
I ment she....sorry :)
I didn't read the "already tried" part of your post until after I asked the question above.......
Since your daughter is able to look at a camera when she is working with a professional photographer, playing her DS game and watching TV I do not believe that she has any physical or neurological condition.
If she had an ocular or systemic condition that prevented her from looking at something, or made her look away, I feel that it would be fairly constant across a wide range of conditions and situations.
Since you are offline I am not able to tell if she has been examined by an ophthalmologist. If she had not had a complete eye exam I would suggest having one done. If she is a child, a pediatric ophthalmologist would be the doctor best set up to examine her. If an adult, a regular eye MD would be fine.
I do not agree with her air rifle coach: Her difficulty on the air rifle range could very well be due to habit/personality. I doubt that she has an ocular, physical or neurological cause for these behaviors.
Does this make sense to you?
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