A Child’s Vision and Learning
Your child is the apple of your eye. Detecting vision problems early is essential for your child’s growth and overall wellbeing. 80% of what a child learns is through their eyes. Uncorrected vision problems will impact your child’s ability to learn and interact with their surroundings. Children are unable to understand or express their vision problems so it is your responsibility to take care of them.
How do I know if my child has a problem with vision?
Children with a vision problem have often been misdiagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (A.D.D.), learning disabled, dyslexic, unmotivated or even lazy. Prevent years of struggling by getting them a comprehensive eye exam to eliminate vision problems as a cause.
How often should my child have eye exams?
Children should have their first eye exam at the age of 6 months, then again at age 3 and every year thereafter. Vision can change rapidly when your child is in school so be sure to maintain a yearly checkup. Because detecting vision problems early is essential for your child’s growth and wellbeing, it is important to maintain regular appointments.
Our thorough eye exams address your individual needs and use the latest technology. Urban Optique’s full range of vision care services includes eye exams for all ages, treatment of eye disease and contact lens fittings.
Regular eye exams are essential to eye health and vision care. Be proactive about your eye health and book an appointment for a thorough eye exam.