Because vision plays a major role in infant development, it is never too early to start thinking about your baby’s eye health. Greater Vision participates in InfantSEE®, a nationwide program that provides a free, comprehensive eye assessment to children under the age of one year.

We have seen many children in our office under the InfantSEE® program. While most of these children had perfectly healthy eyes, some had conditions that, if left untreated, could have resulted in permanent visual impairment. These children were otherwise healthy and saw their pediatricians regularly.

An InfantSEE® eye assessment is not a substitute for the well infant care that your baby receives at the pediatrician’s office; however, it is something that we feel should be a part of the infant wellness routine.

Significant risk factors to eye and vision disorders are often not detectable by basic infant eye screenings.

Please contact our office for more information or to schedule an InfantSEE® appointment. You may also read more information by clicking here.


Vision screenings are required for every school-aged child in Pennsylvania. While screenings are available from school nurses and pediatricians, they are not a substitute for a full optometric appointment. If your student is squinting, complains of headaches, or begins to struggle with handwriting, reading or computer work, it’s time to schedule a full appointment. You’ll be amazed at the transformation that 20/20 vision can do for your child!

In addition to fulfilling school health requirements, we can screen for vision issues such as dyslexia and visual tracking. We can also fit your student athlete with eye safety gear so they can protect their vision while playing sports.