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  • Mousebed
    Prodigy games that introduce children to Math and Chess

  • Blind Childrens Center
    The Blind Childrens Center is a family-centered agency which serves children with visual impairments from birth to school-age. The center-based and home-based programs and services help the children acquire skills and build their independence.

  • Blind Children's Learning Center
    The Mission of the Blind Children's Learning Center is to develop the full potential of children and youth with a visual impairment, in the greater Orange County community, regardless of ability to pay.

  • Eyeville
    This site, sponsored by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, offers a "Find an Ophthalologist" service to help you locate an eye doctor by specialty, city and/or state.

  • How to Detect Children's Eye Troubles
    Consult the Parent's Checklist below and look for early signs of vision impairments such as amblyopia ("lazy eye"), strabismus (esotropia, esophoria, exotropia, "wandering-eye", "crossed-eyes", wall eyes", alternating esotropia, intermittent exotropia, exophoria), double vision, poor visual coordination, convergence insufficiency, accommodation problems (i.e., accommodative esotropia) and more.

  • Infant Vision
    The fatty acids AA (arachidonic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) are important building blocks for the brain and the visual system (retina). The growth and development of the brain and the visual system mainly takes places in the last three months of pregnancy and the first months of life.

  • My Brilliant Baby
    I am a new mom and I have designed a hot new product for new parents! My company, My Brilliant Baby sells infant stimulation products. Our premeire product is the I Love My Brilliant Baby Tee! This dynamic product can be viewed at our website http://www.geocities.com/mybrilliantbaby This high-contrast, stimulating tshirt is perfect for new parents to wear around their newborn! It makes a great gift for a new mom or a mom-to-be! We also offer sweatshirts, blankets, picture frames and gift baskets! Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about my site or my products! Have a brilliant day! Kelsey Halfen My Brilliant Baby http://www.geocities.com/mybrilliantbaby

  • Optometric Extension Program Foundation
    The OEP Foundation began operations in 1928 to serve the education needs of optometrists. Over the past 70 years OEP has expanded its mission to include public information as well as professional education.

    Visual development begins as early as the fourth week of pregnancy. At this time, the beginnings of the eye are smaller than the head of a pin and are hidden under a layer of skin.

  • Parents' Guide to Children's Visual Development
    More than 98 percent of all infants are born with normal, healthy seeing organs -- the eyes. Many authorities believe this high rate of normalcy occurs because the eyes and the entire visual system are so important to humans.

  • Strabismus
    Strabismus Information about what is commonly known as crossed-eyes.

  • Vision Screening of Children Ages Birth to Five Years
    Recommended Practices for Vision Screening of Children Ages Birth to Five Years - ALL Children are Testable

  • Visual Development in Infants and Children with Low Vision
    During the last 20 years, a variety of strategies have been developed which allow rigorous, accurate testing of visual abilities in even these non-verbal individuals. The two types of testing most commonly applied with infants and young children are electrophysiological and behavioral measures (Hartmann, 1995, 1996).

  • VizHelp
    Vizhelp is a support group in Western Australia for parents of the blind or vision impaired, run by parents of the blind or vision impaired.

  • Wall Mural ideas and Decorated Furniture
    Traditional Wall Murals, Interactive murals, DIY murals, Wallhangings, Decorated furniture and kiddies 'funk' decor

  • Washington State School for the Blind
    Provides specialized educational services to youth who are blind or otherwise visually impaired within the state of Washington.

  • Your Infant's Visual Development
    Infants are born with an underdeveloped visual system. Throughout the first year of life, your child's vision will grow and develop with him.

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