Take Care of Your Children’s Eyes | Win a Pair of Sunglasses

I’ve talked about all the important details of making sure that you are caring for your children’s eye’s but I just want to remind you of some of the key things.

One in four children has an undetected vision condition. That’s a lot of kids that can’t see the blackboard or their school books. Many eyecare professionals recommend a comprehensive eye examination at six months of age, before a child enters preschool, and again before beginning kindergarten, then every year following that. School exams can miss problems that comprehensive exams can find.

So make sure you are getting your children’s eye checked on a regular basis.

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  1. Jennifer Williams says:

    80% of what my child learns is through her eyes. An eye exam is a must have every year!

  2. Karen Medlin says:

    Well this was new to me.. never heard of Computer Vision Syndrome, it also effects children that spend a lot of time on the computer, ipods, and tablets.. you should check regularly to see if they are having any symptoms such as blurry eyes, sore neck and shoulder muscles, difficulty focusing

  3. I didn’t know that you should get your baby’s first eye exam at six months. I didn’t take any of mine unless they were having issues. I see that I was way off base there!
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  4. the optometric community agrees that 3D movies and games don’t cause permanent damage to your eyes, and are safe for children to use in moderation.

  5. I learned that up to 30 percent of people may have discomfort watching 3D and that discomfort could actually be helpful in the discovery of underlying vision problems.

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