InfantSEE® | Providing Free Infant Eye Exams
InfantSEE, a public health program, managed by Optometry Cares® -The AOA Foundation, is designed to ensure that eye and vision care becomes an essential part of infant wellness care to improve a child’s quality of life.
Under this program, participating doctors of optometry provide a comprehensive infant eye assessment between 6 and 12 months of age free of charge regardless of family income or access to insurance coverage.
This means that all Colorado infants qualify for a no-cost comprehensive eye exam at 6-12 months of age. To schedule, simply find your local participating InfantSEE optometrist and schedule. Instructions below.
Get Started Today:
- To locate a participating optometrist near you, use the Find an Eye Doctor search tool and be sure to select “show only InfantSEE Providers.”
- Select a local optometrist and call to schedule your infant’s no-cost InfantSEE assessment when your child is between 6 and 12 months old.
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