When to Bring Your Child In
As an infant, your child has minimal visual abilities. At birth, they can see light and dark with mostly blurred patterns. Their vision will drastically improve to allow them to see across the room throughout the first few months of their life. By 6 months, they’ll have begun to develop basic hand-eye coordination skills.
Playing with paints, crayons, building blocks, and listening to and looking at books can help develop visualization skills and promote good eye coordination.
When your child enters school, good vision is more important than ever. Not being able to see clearly at school can hinder their abilities and performance. Bringing them in for regular eye exams can help monitor their vision and eye health so we can implement treatment or corrective eyewear when necessary.