Vision Screening: A Fact Sheet for Early Care and Education Programs
Children use all their senses to learn. Children’s play with puzzles, crayons, balls, and blocks can improve important visual skills. These skills contribute to a child’s school readiness. An uncorrected vision problem can be a barrier to this readiness. Timely vision screening (coupled with an eye examination when indicated) is an important step toward early detection of any possible vision problems. Early detection also can lead to effective intervention and restore proper vision.
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Last Reviewed: September 2015
Last Updated: February 11, 2016