Vision plays a big role in early development. Dr. Liu and the Canadian Association of Optometrists recommend children have their first eye exam at six months; even without knowing their ABC’s or being able to speak, there are many other child-friendly ways to evaluate vision and health.

Children may not always tell us something is wrong with their vision because they may not have the experience needed to recognize a vision problem. Here at See Beyond, Dr. Liu provides a fun environment for your child to have their first eye exam and they might even look forward to returning every year!

We are proud OAO_EyeSee_Teacher'sKit_Front_FNL_OLparticipants of the Ontario Association of Optometrists Eye See…Eye Learn Program.  Doctors of Optometry recommend that children have their eyes examined at 6 months; 3 years of age and then yearly after starting school because vision changes can occur rapidly as they grow.

If your child is attending a Junior Kindergarten program (Public; Catholic; Private; Day Care and even home schooled are eligible) in an Eye See…Eye Learn region, they can receive one free pair of glasses with their OHIP-covered eye exam, if prescribed by a participating OAO Doctor of Optometry.  Offer available July 1 to June 30.