Rebekah, our oldest daughter, was born with ‘double elevator palsy’ in one of her eyes. What that meant was that the muscles on the top of her eyeball weren’t strong enough to allow her to lift her eye up to the same degree as her ‘good’ eye.
She spent almost 9 years wearing a patch regularly on her good eye so that her ‘bad’ eye would remain strong. We would have her play video games with the patch on to help this along. As a result she is now not only a neuroscientist getting her Ph.D. but a wickedly good video game player!
This was drawn in the offices of Dr. Jompolsky in San Francisco, 1987.