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SPEED™ Questionnaire

SPEED™ Questionnaire


  • For the Standardized Patient Evaluation of Eye Dryness (SPEED) Questionnaire, please answer the following questions by checking the box that best represents your answer. Select only one answer per question.

    1. Report the type of SYMPTOMS you experience and when they occur:

  • 2. Report the FREQUENCY of your symptoms using the rating list below:

    0 = Never
    1 = Sometimes
    2 = Often
    3 = Constant

  • 3. Report the SEVERITY of your symptoms using the rating list below:

    0 = No Problems
    1 = Tolerable - not perfect, but not uncomfortable
    2 = Uncomfortable - irritating, but does not interfere with my day
    3 = Bothersome - irritating and interferes with my day
    4 = Intolerable - unable to perform my daily tasks
  • Add your name, phone number and email address to see your results:

  • Click “submit” to see your SPEED score results.

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Harrel Eyecare continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and receives updates from the CDC, the American Optometric Association, and the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians. We will be making adjustments as needed on a daily and even hourly basis to provide the safest health care for our patients.

If you are experiencing a red eye, painful eye, sudden loss of vision, flashes of light, or floaters please call our office and let us know. We are continuing our business as usual at this time and can schedule a same day appointment when necessary. We wiill also be able to provide assistance over the phone, text, or email to triage your eye-related needs when you are unsure about coming in or are unable to.

We are open at our Harvard midtown location, and South Mingo locations, and closed at Downtown/Lewis, and South Memorial during this situation.

We kindly ask that if you are experiencing a fever, shortness of breath, are feeling ill or have any flu symptoms, or if you have come in contact with anyone exposed to COVID-19 you consider rescheduling your exam until you are certain you are not contagious. Please continue to do your part to prevent further spread by washing your hands regularly, covering coughs and sneezes, and practicing social distancing.