Vision and Communication Research


Eye-Pointing Classification Scale


The eye-pointing classification scale (eyePoint scale) is a systematic tool to support professionals and families in describing looking behaviours related to eye-pointing in non-speaking children with cerebral palsy affecting their whole body. The eyePoint scale describes looking behaviours in five levels.

This project is funded by the charities Action Medical Research and Great Ormond Street Hospital. Please watch this video from Action Medical Research featuring project lead Dr Michael Clarke. To find out more about the charities and their work, please visit their websites: 

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