So sorry to bother you again!
I think it maybe holiday season in the US so please answer when you have chance.
It is pretty difficult for me to teach my girls active focus when my distance vision is OK. I just wanted to check I am telling my eldest the correct technique from what I interpret on Endmyopia.
My Eldest daughter has normalised of -4.75. She reads books and writes without lenses. So I presume she needs to practice AF when reading without lenses as she will have slight blur when she moves the book away?
For the computer, she needs lenses-do I give her undercorrected (say about 2-3D) to get slight blur then move back from the screen when she has cleared it?
For distance AF, should I give her the undercorrected differential to get blur?
I presume wearing her normalised will not give any blur for distance AF?
I apologise for the multiple questions, do you think I have a good enough grasp of this to be teaching her? I gather then the clearing of the slight blur by staring and blinking will kick start her ciliary muscles to do some work rather than being locked?
Many many thanks Nicky:)))