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  • What are the signs that a child may need glasses?

    What are the signs that a child may need glasses?
  • Could my child’s problems at school be related to vision?

    Could my child's problems at school be related to vision?
  • What are the symptoms of visual problems in children?

    What are the symptoms of visual problems in children?
  • Do glasses worsen vision? My child needs a stronger prescription each year.

    Do glasses worsen children's vision?
  • Are the eye exams performed at my kid’s school thorough?

    Are the eye exams performed at my kid's school thorough?
  • My child has 20/20 vision. Do they still need an eye exam?

    My child has 20/20 vision. Do they still need an eye exam?
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  • Edward’s Story

    Edward's school struggles and coordination were misdiagnosed as ADD. Watch his story to find out how treatment from a Doctor of Optometry helped change his life.
  • Children’s Vision and Eye Exams

    You know your child inside out, but there is one thing you can't know and that is how well they see.
  • Rachel’s Story

    Find out how a Doctor of Optometry helped diagnose Rachel with a serious health issue that was affecting more than her vision.
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  • Book an eye exam and help your child see their full potential

            Book an eye exam and help your child see their full potential. A little information can go a very long way. Five-year-old, Hunter, can not only see the blackboard now, but he sees a whole new world after a long undiagnosed vision problem was identified and corrected. Hunter’s mother, Ashley McLaughlin, [...]

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  • Undiagnosed vision problems affect children’s learning and development

              Undiagnosed vision problems affect children’s learning and development Regular eye exams encouraged to ensure proper vision October is Children’s Vision Month and Doctors of Optometry Canada are reminding parents to take their children for a yearly eye exam. At school, socially and in play, vision problems can prevent children from [...]

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  • Make eye exams part of your child’s health routine

                    Make eye exams part of your child’s health routine From the cradle to the classroom, doctors of optometry recommend that children have their first eye exam at six months of age and then annually after that. While it’s impossible to know if a child’s vision is developing [...]

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