Are you concerned about your child's ability to see?
You've come to the right site.
Childhood Vision Problems are Common!
Vision problems in children often go undetected. Why?
Good vision is more than 20/20 vision:
Good vision means:
Every parent, teacher and childcare provider should know about childhood
Eye Diseases and
Learning ro read and write can be difficult if a child cannot see clearly. Click on Vision and Learning to read about how vision can affect Learning.
Click on Vision Screenings and Exams to see what vision screenings and exams should include. You may be surprised to learn that some screenings are not adequate to detect all vision problems.
A systematic approach to Eye and Vision Care, with a sharp eye to preventive practices can head off problems which could eventually become serious.
Vision problems can be treated successfully. Click on Therapy for Vision Problems to learn about vision can be improved.
Click on Helping Your Child to get advice on how you can make sure your child gets the care he or she needs.
Click on Free Screenings and Exams to find out how you can get free vision screenings or exams.
For further information on this all-important subject, feel free to contact Nancy JW Lewis, PharmD, MPH, at email@example.com. She has developed the content and contributed all the material for PPSI's "Childhood Vision" program.
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Date of Last Update: 07/27/12