Child Eye Care in Surrey
It is very important to regularly have ocular examinations in children as 80% of a child’s learning is based on vision. Also, in the early years of growth, there is a critical period of ocular development that is important for optimal functioning of the visual system. During this time period, it is important to identify any abnormalities in children’s vision to make sure that the eyes develop properly to ensure success at home, school and play.
Children should have a complete ocular examination at six months, before kindergarten, and annually throughout the school years to ensure optimal eye health and development.
Your child may have a vision related problem if experiencing:
- rubbing eyes
- avoidance of distance or near work
- sitting close to the television
- an eye that turns in or out
- excessive blinking or squinting
- a lack of concentration
Bring your child in for an eye exam at Fleetwood Family Eye Care and be rest assured we will provide the best in eye care.
Child eye exam frequency
|Infants and Toddlers (Birth to 24 months)||Infants and toddlers should undergo their first eye examination between the ages of 6 and 9 months|
|Preschool Children (2 to 5 years)||Preschool children should undergo at least one eye examination between the ages of 2 and 5 years|
|School Age Children (6 to 19 years)||School children aged 6 to 19 years should undergo an eye examination annually|
referenced from the Canadian Association of Optometrists
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