KidSight is a free vision-screening program where Lions Club volunteers throughout Colorado conduct vision-screening sessions at preschools, other early childhood centers, and health fairs. the program is designed for children ages three through six.
 
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The first few years of a child's life are critical in the development of good vision. Preschoolers should have their vision checked for eyeglasses. These problems are not always evident by simply looking at a child. Young children often compensate for vision problems so well that parents, teachers, and pediatricians are unaware of a problem. By the time a child is old enough to be in primary grades, many of these common vision-robbing conditions can no longer be effectively treated. Amblyopia can develop when an undetected vision problem goes untreated during a child's formative years.
 
The Denver Lions screen over 4,000 kids a year with about 12% having undiagnosed vision problems. To learn more about KidSight, contact Fletcher Brown at (303) 619-8486. For more information about KidSight, please view the following document: What is Kidsight?
KidSight is a free vision-screening program where Lions Club volunteers throughout Colorado conduct vision-screening sessions at preschools, other early childhood centers, and health fairs.   The program is designed for children ages three through six.
 
The first few years of a child's life are critical in the development of good vision.  Preschoolers should have their vision checked for issues such as misaligned eyes and problems that need correction with eyeglasses.  These problems are not always evident by simply looking at a child.  Young children often compensate for vision problems so well that parents, teachers, and pediatricians are unaware of a problem.  By the time a child is old enough to be in primary grades, many of these common vision-robbing conditions can no longer be effectively treated.  Amblyopia can develop when an undetected vision problem goes untreated during a child's formative years.
 
The Denver Lions screen over 4,000 kids a year with about 12% having undiagnosed vision problems.  
 
To learn more about KidSight, contact Fletcher Brown at (303) 619-8486.
 
For more information about KidSight, please view the following document: What is Kidsight?
- See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/101221/Page/kidsight#sthash.fCH3W5hy.dpuf
KidSight is a free vision-screening program where Lions Club volunteers throughout Colorado conduct vision-screening sessions at preschools, other early childhood centers, and health fairs.   The program is designed for children ages three through six.
 
The first few years of a child's life are critical in the development of good vision.  Preschoolers should have their vision checked for issues such as misaligned eyes and problems that need correction with eyeglasses.  These problems are not always evident by simply looking at a child.  Young children often compensate for vision problems so well that parents, teachers, and pediatricians are unaware of a problem.  By the time a child is old enough to be in primary grades, many of these common vision-robbing conditions can no longer be effectively treated.  Amblyopia can develop when an undetected vision problem goes untreated during a child's formative years.
 
The Denver Lions screen over 4,000 kids a year with about 12% having undiagnosed vision problems.  
 
To learn more about KidSight, contact Fletcher Brown at (303) 619-8486.
 
For more information about KidSight, please view the following document: What is Kidsight?
- See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/101221/Page/kidsight#sthash.fCH3W5hy.dpuf