Healthy vision affects people during all ages and stages of life.
Babies have to learn to see, just like they learn how to use every part of their bodies. Vision plays a significant role in how babies develop. As vision develops in toddlers, it is used to help benchmark key learning goals.
Healthy vision is important to kids of all ages. Research shows that nearly 80% of learning during the school-aged years is done visually.
If vision is corrected by the early adult years, risks can still occur from eye strain and eye injuries. Vision may start to change in adults over 40. Normal changes in the eye's ability to focus or chronic health issues can take a toll on vision health.
Our eyes age with us.
If changes in vision affect or compromise your enjoyment of life, take note and seek professional care.