Screen your child for vision abnormalities before it’s too late.

Vision disorders are some of the most prevalent handicapping conditions in children.1 Before your child can even speak, they may be experiencing vision problems. By the time your child turns four, vision treatments start to be less effective, which can lead to irreversible learning disabilities, vision loss or blindness.2 3 4 5

Don’t wait until your child can read an eye chart. Using iScreen’s leading technology, your child can receive comprehensive vision screening starting at only one-year-old. Quick, easy and non-invasive, iScreen appears like a digital camera to your child but connects you almost instantaneously with certified ophthalmic professionals. With iScreen, vision screening adds adds less than a minute to your regular well-visit exams, and you get results back before you leave the office. If your pediatrician isn’t using instrument-based screening, encourage them to contact iScreen Vision today!

19 million

children under the age of 15 are visually impaired.6

Could Your Child Have a Vision Problem? Know the Signs:

1

Eyes turning inward or outward

2

Squinting or frowning

3

Headaches, nausea, dizziness

4

Excessive blinking

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Closing or covering one eye

6

Change in academic performance

7

Tilting head to one side

8

Difficulty reading

9

Sitting unusually close to television, computer screen or school chalkboard

10

Rubbing eyes

11

Eyes tiring easily from reading or schoolwork

12

Using finger to maintain place when reading

TESTIMONIALS

What Parents Are Saying

If my son had not been screened by iScreen Vision© there is no telling if we would have ever discovered his condition, and he could have lost his vision. I would like to thank iScreen for helping my child…

K.T.Memphis, TN

If this problem was left undetected – by age seven [my daughter] would undoubtedly have lost virtually all vision in the eye…I hope other parents realize how fortunate they are to have “cutting edge” technology available for their children’s health.

D.T.Jackson, TN

If my son had not been screened by iScreen Vision© there is no telling if we would have ever discovered his condition, and he could have lost his vision. I would like to thank iScreen for helping my child…

K.T.Memphis, TN

If this problem was left undetected – by age seven [my daughter] would undoubtedly have lost virtually all vision in the eye…I hope other parents realize how fortunate they are to have “cutting edge” technology available for their children’s health.

D.T.Jackson, TN

If my son had not been screened by iScreen Vision© there is no telling if we would have ever discovered his condition, and he could have lost his vision. I would like to thank iScreen for helping my child…

K.T.Memphis, TN

Citations

  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Basics of Vision and Eye Health: Fast Facts. https://www.cdc.gov/visionhealth/basics/ced/fastfacts.htm.
  2. Ciner EB, Dobson V, Schmidt PP, Allen D, Cyert L, Maguire M, Moore B, Orel-Bixler D, Schultz J. A survey of vision screening policy of preschool children in the United States. Surv Ophthalmol. 1999 Mar-Apr;43(5):445-57.
  3. Krumholtz I. Results from a pediatric vision screening and its ability to predict academic performance. Optometry. 2000 Jul;71(7):426-30. Erratum in: Optometry. 2000 Aug;71(8):489
  4. Goldstand S, Koslowe KC, Parush S. Vision, visual-information processing, and academic performance among seventh-grade schoolchildren: a more significant relationship than we thought? Am J Occup Ther. 2005 Jul-Aug;59(4):377-89.
  5. Reed MJ, Kraft SP, Buncic R. Parents’ observations of the academic and nonacademic performance of children with strabismus. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness. 2004 May;98(5):276–288. doi: 10.1177/0145482X0409800503.
  6. Braverman, RS. Introduction to Amblyopia. American Academy of Ophthalmology. https://www.aao.org/disease-review/amblyopia-introduction.