Most children with retinoblastoma experience some degree of vision loss that requires accommodations and support to reach their potential in school. Four vision professionals, who have experience of retinoblastoma, review the supports children may need, and what parents can do to help secure them.
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When eye cancer is diagnosed early, it may be possible to save a child’s eye or even sight. But tumours and treatments themselves affect vision. Sandra Staffieri, orthoptist and Rb Care Co-ordinator at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, reviews how different retinoblastoma therapies can impact the eye, and how parents can support their child.