Did you know, that up to 80% of learning is done through your eyes? This is true for adults, teens, grade schoolers, and babies. But infants and children do not see the world the same way that adults do. In many cases, they won’t even know they have an eye or vision problem until someone else tells them.
Since vision and eye health are so critical to learning and development, early detection of potential problems is essential. The American Optometric Association recommends that children have their eyes examined by an eye doctor at 6 months old, 3 years old, at the start of school, and every 1-2 years after, to help them reach their full potential.