FREE eye exams for infants
OKLAHOMA CITY — Infant SEE is a public health program designed to ensure that eye and vision care becomes a regular part of infant wellness.
Next week, Oklahoma optometrists will host Infant SEE Week.
The Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians’ Dr. Amber Roby talked with NewsChannel 4 abuout the opportunity for a FREE eye exam for babies.
According to the OAOP one in ten children are at risk for undiagnosed vision problems.
According to Dr. Roby 600 local optometrists will be giving free eye exams for babies six months old to one year old.
You can call the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians (OAOP) at 405.524.1075.
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