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Infants need to learn almost everything from scratch. They learn to walk and they learn to talk. They also need to learn how to see and it is an evolutionary process which occurs over time. First they must learn to focus using their visual skills and then they learn to adapt what they see.
Good vision and healthy eyes are critical in an infant’s development and his ability to function and develop in the world around him. It is, therefore, crucial that any eye or vision problems be detected as soon as humanly possible.
Parents play a vital role in assuring their infant’s eye health by: