Resources
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Eye Exercises for Better Health (www.eyecanlearn.com) - A wide variety of fun,
on-line eye exercises for kids to improve visual information processing skills.

InfantSEE (www.infantsee.org) - Program provides a one-time comprehensive eye
assessment at no cost for infants in their first year of life.

Kids Health: Your Eyes (http://kidshealth.org/kid/htbw/eyes.html) - Learn all
about the different parts of the eye.

National Center for Learning Disabilities (www.getreadytoread.org) - Resources
to get your child started reading, including screening tools and activities.

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Kid's Page
(http://kids.niehs.nih.gov/illusion/illusions.htm) - Have fun with optical illusions.

Optometrists Network (www.optometrists.org/eye_doctors.html) - Find a doctor
in your area who provides pediatric eye care and vision therapy services.

Parents Active for Vision Education (www.pavevision.org) - National non-profit
organization that provides information for parents, educators and medical
professionals on the critical link between vision and efficient learning.

Sight for Students (www.sightforstudents.org) -National program that provides
free eye exams and glasses to low-income, uninsured children.

Unite for Sight (www.uniteforsight.org) - Unite for Sight works to elimiante
patient barriers to eye care around the world. They partner with local eye clinics to
provide year-round eye care services.

Vision First Foundation (www.visionfirstfoundation.org) - Join the "Kids Eyes
Count" campaign, which is dedicated to raising the standards of eye care for
children by requiring eye exams, not just vision screenings in schools.

Vision USA (www.aoa.org/visionusa.xml) - Helps low-income uninsured people
and their families by providing basic eye health and vision care services free of
charge.

To learn more about infant and children's vision, reading and learning problems, and
vision therapy, visit the web site links provided below.