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Detecting Eye Problems Early Key For Children's Academic Success
A recent study report released by the National Center For Children's Vision & Eye Health states that 1 in 20 preschool age children and 1 in 4 school age children have a vision disorder. That is significant because visual functioning is a strong predictor of academic performance in school-age children.
To complicate the matters, generally, children do not complain about problems with their vision, but the good news is that many of the vision problems children may have can be treated is diagnosed early.
Routine eye exams are critical for your children's eye development and their performance in school. If you have not already booked and back to school eye exam for your child, we encourage you to do so as soon as possible.CLICK HERE TO CONTACT GORDY EYECARE