Imagine a child not being able to see the chalkboard or computer, having trouble reading a book, or even playing with his or her friends at school. If we could see the world through the eyes of a child that cannot see,
The educational information provided below educates children and their parents, caregivers, nurses, educators and community volunteers by raising heightened awareness to take care of their child’s vision and eye health. Prevent Blindness Texas has developed a series of infographics to support the importance of identifying a possible vision problem. Join our movement today by helping children see more clearly!
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Fact: Vision is a global concern. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 2.2 billion people have vision impairment, with 1 billion estimated to be children.
Fact: Children from under-resourced urban areas, many of whom are considered ethnic minorities, experience more than twice the normal incidence rate of vision problems but are also less likely to be referred to and receive an eye examination by an eye doctor.
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Fact: Uncorrected refractive errors in young children are associated with parental concerns about developmental delay, as well as deficits in cognitive and visual-motor functions that may affect school readiness and performance.
Fact: During work, school and even personal downtime, people spend as much as 12 hours a day in front of a digital screen. Source