The end result; they were able to get Asa to turn in his eye by focusing on something at a elevated level and the suggestion is to try to correct this before it gets worse with glasses. They won't necessarily be to correct his vision, but to help him when he's having a hard time focusing and keep him from turning his right eye in order to focus.
The avenue of glasses is so foreign to me. I haven't been to an optometrist in 15 years. We have a prescription but I want something that a) looks good, b) is comfortable c) will stay on and d) is durable! My friend Leah over at Garden of Eagan swears by these.
They have a rubberized nose area and arms for added grip and they have these handy dandy clips on the arms that help keep the buggers on! So much nicer and more comfortable than things that curl around your ears.. My problem is that I'm not sure if there is anyone in our area that carries them. Either I'm going to have to do a lot of calling around or see if our friend (who happens to manage an eyeglass shop) has a distributor that can get these..