You can’t see
into their future,
but you can
make it clearer.

Children deserve the best start in life, and this starts with their vision. Seeing clearly enables them to learn, work, and fully interact with the world around them.
Yet, one in four children has a vision problem* that could be corrected with a simple pair of eyeglasses.
Put their vision first

How to spot
poor eyesight
in children

Eyesight imperfections are common among school-age kids, and treatment can be as simple as a pair of prescription glasses. But if vision problems are left undiagnosed or untreated, they can have lasting effects on a child’s eye health, schooling and confidence engaging in normal activities.
These subtle signs may suggest vision problems in children:

Stats & Figures

How to fight
poor eyesight

in children

* According to the American Optometric Association (AOA)
** According to the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB)



Whether they’re experiencing any of the symptoms mentioned above, or it has just been a while since their last eye exam, we encourage you to get their eyes tested. Ultimately, it’s important that we put their vision first.