Paid Advertisement by Ohio Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics
Beyond good eye health, high quality vision screenings during well visits can also help prevent learning difficulties, emotional issues, neurological problems, and developmental delays. Your practice can assure that preschool children ages 3-5 have access to high quality vision screening.
The Ohio Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics, in partnership with Prevent Blindness Ohio and the Ohio Department of Health, invites you to join the updated Preschool Vision Screening (PVS) program that now features online and on-demand resources. PVS offers tools and technical assistance to support practices in providing age- and developmentally-appropriate vision screening for preschool children.
- Online materials and self-directed learning offer flexibility for busy schedules. We encourage you to engage your staff and make this a team effort!
- New equipment and training brought to your office!
- Current tools and strategies to increase the receipt and quality of preventive services for preschool children’s eye health.
- Become a Prevent Blindness America Certified Preschool Vision Screener.
- A stipend of up to $500 for healthcare providers/practices who timely complete program.