Research suggests that 1 in 10 children have an undiagnosed vision disorder, which can lead to permanent vision impairments if left untreated. Given that young children are unaware of how they should see, most do not typically tell adults that their vision is blurred.  Undetected vision problems can affect children in every aspect of their lives including their behavior, their learning, and their social developments.


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LOI Guidelines

Issue:Early Impact

See Well To Learn

By: Prevent Blindness Northern California

By correcting vision problems in preschool, we help close the Achievement Gap and ensure the children we serve are able to build strong foundations for Kindergarten and First-grade reading.

Issue:Early Impact

Roski Vision Van

By: Roski Eye Institute

USC Roski Eye Institute's mobile eye clinic goes throughout Los Angeles community so residents of all ages can be examined by a professional -- regardless of their ability to pay.

Issue:Early Impact

Early Childhood Literacy Program

By: Blind Children's Center

Each year the Blind Children's Center serves approximately 100 children who are blind or visually impaired and provides an array of support services.