Children Eye Screenings and Exams . Lynn E. Lawrence, CMSgt(ret) CPOT, ABOC. Overview. Child growth and development Vision and Learning Early detection Hormones and vision School screenings and state requirements Clinic screenings and Exams Inform and educate.
Lynn E. Lawrence, CMSgt(ret)
Issues and Methods Additional Issues and
Area Tools Methods and Tools for 0 – 18 mos Methods for 18-36 mos
This Quick Reference Guide should be used in conjunction with AOA’s Optometric Clinical Practice Guideline on Pediatric Eye
and Vision Examination (April 25, 2002). It provides a summary and is not intended to stand alone in assisting the clinician in making patient
care decision. These recommendations include but are not limited to the areas, procedures and recommendations listed.
Professional judgment and individual symptoms, findings and developmental level may significantly influence the nature and course of the
1. Focusing ability
2. Eye Coordination and Tracking
3. Depth Perception
4. Seeing color
5. Object and face recognition
Source: Infant Vision Lab, The Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center. Milestones in Visual Development University of Massachusetts Medical School. 08 Jun 2007
Broken Wheel Acuity Test