InfantSEE Program Provides Free Vision Screenings

Free vision screenings for infants

I just learned about a program called InfantSEE that I wanted to share. It was very obvious from an early age that Arlo had vision problems, but for a good majority of children — vision problems are not detected until they are much older. InfantSEE is a no-cost public health program that is supported by licensed pediatric optometrists around the country and provides a free eye exam and evaluation for children 6 months to 1 year old.

1 in 10 children are at risk for undiagnosed eye and vision problems and this free evaluation can be the key to getting your child support and early intervention. To read more about InfantSEE visit InfantSEE.org and to find an optometrist in your area that supports the program, visit this link.

~Melissa

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