Your child's eyes should be examined comprehensively, as many vision problems and eye diseases can be detected and prevented early.
Early identification of a child's vision problem is important, and school screenings are not adequate.
Good eyesight is key for children to make the grade in school. Yet nearly half of all kids have never had a real, comprehensive eye exam!
When do babies start to see? How far can babies see? How do I monitor my baby’s eye development?
Sustained use of digital devices is believed to be linked to the development of nearsightedness in children.
Fortunately, coaches, parents and players now realize that wearing protective eyewear for sports pays off in several ways.
Correct vision is vital in the classroom. However, children often don’t know they have an eye problem, and may be struggling in school due to uncorrected vision issues.
Is there a link between children's learning problems and vision issues?