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In order for vision to develop properly, children need clear input from both eyes to the brain. If something interferes with vision in one or both eyes, the connection from the eye to the brain may not develop properly.
Ask your child’s pediatrician to include a vision check during a regular check-up. Your child’s doctor can make a referral to an ophthalmologist if they notice signs of lazy eye (amblyopia), suspect problems with the alignment or structure of the eyes, or if there is a family history of vision problems.
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Our Patients Share Their Stories
Children's Miracle Network 2013 Champion Child Jordan Beland shares his story in this video.