Posted January 1, 2008 by admin in Bonding
 
 

When should I have my baby’s eyes checked?

A - We agree with the Canadian Association of Optometrists recommendation that children have a complete eye exam at 6 months of age. If a problem is noticed or if the baby is at high risk for vision problems (low birth weight, difficult delivery or strong family history of eye problems) you may want them seen sooner.

Dr. Darren Sass is the director of InSight Developmental Learning, a children’s eye clinic in Langley dedicated to the enhancement of visual skills to ensure success in life. Special interests include infant visual development, learning related vision problems, and acquired brain injury. Contact Dr. Sass at askanexpert@urbanmommies.com or visit www.insightlearning.ca


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