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Testing Tips

December 2021

The ForeseeHome test, when used correctly, can help detect wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD) earlier to preserve your vision. Our Medical Directors provide some useful tips to make sure you're getting the most out of your testing with ForeseeHome:

  • Mark the wave/bump where it appeared during the test, by moving your mouse cursor to the last location of the wave/bump, and then click once at the center of the wave/bump.

    If you see two waves/bumps, click on both (it doesn’t matter which wave/bump is clicked on first).

  • To display the next line, move the cursor to the center dot. When the cursor covers the center dot, the next line will appear. Do not click on the center dot.

    Take as much time as you need to move the cursor to the center dot. There is no need to rush.

  • When moving your cursor towards the wave/bump, accuracy is more important than speed. Remember that even though the lines flash quickly, the test is not timed, and you can take as much time as you need to complete the test.

    Tip: When moving the cursor, do not click before the cursor reaches where the wave/bump appeared. Only click once the cursor reaches where the wave/bump appeared.

  • Make sure that your forehead makes contact with and rests on the device viewer while testing. If you wear glasses for distance, make sure to use them during the test.

Your dedicated ForeseeHome Clinical Partner is available to help if you need a refresher with testing. Please call us at 888-910-2020 (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm EST) or send us an email at to schedule an appointment with your Clinical Partner.