Children's Vision

It is not always easy to detect if a child has a vision problem, in fact 1 in 20 preschoolers and 1 in 4 school-aged children has a vision problem. Sometimes children have trouble seeing and don’t even realize they are seeing the world differently than others. Healthy vision is important for learning and success in school. For most children, 80% of learning happens visually. Vision problems can make it hard for children to read and learn, and unfortunately, many fall behind in school or show behavioral problems. 


Common Eye Problems

There are five common eye problems in children: Myopia, Hyperopia, Astigmatism, Strabismus and Amblyopia. Click the link below to learn more.

Five Common Eye Problems



Your Baby's Eyes

To help you ensure that your baby has healthy vision during the first 12 months, follow along with these Vision Milestones. 

Vision Milestones



Make Sure Their Eyes Are Ready

This form helps you recognize if your child needs to go to the eye doctor by covering different appearance, behavior, and complaint signs. 

Make Sure Their Eyes Are Ready



How to Make an Eye Appointment

Wondering how to make an eye doctor appointment for your child. Click the link below to check out our helpful graph. 

How to Make an Eye Doctor Appointment