Studies repeatedly emphasize the importance of diagnosing vision problems at an early age, but that’s something many parents assume is being covered by their children’s school system. Untreated vision problems can affect learning ability, personality and behavioral developments, adjustment in school and, ultimately, could lead to blindness. Regardless of whether your local schools require eye exams before entry into kindergarten, children deserve to start school with a baseline for academic success and you can watch for signs that they may benefit from glasses.
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