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Figure 2:(a) Lea paddles. (b) Puppet faces. (c) Cloth glove with puppet face on one side and lines pattern on other side. (d) Use of mirror to assess vision. (e) Hiding Heidi test. (f) Clutter and noise free room with facility to position the child for functional vision assessment. (g) Simulation of how enhancing facial contrast by make-up may help a child with low visual acuity and low contrast sensitivity-Face without make-up (left), face with make-up (right) as seen by a child with low acuity and contrast sensitivity. (h) Tent with minimal pattern and single plain colour may help reduce visual distractions

Figure 2:(a) Lea paddles. (b) Puppet faces. (c) Cloth glove with puppet face on one side and lines pattern on other side. (d) Use of mirror to assess vision. (e) Hiding Heidi test. (f) Clutter and noise free room with facility to position the child for functional vision assessment. (g) Simulation of how enhancing facial contrast by make-up may help a child with low visual acuity and low contrast sensitivity-Face without make-up (left), face with make-up (right) as seen by a child with low acuity and contrast sensitivity. (h) Tent with minimal pattern and single plain colour may help reduce visual distractions