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Healthy Eyes

Eye health is an important part of overall health and helps kids develop, learn and read. Every year in Ontario 7,000 kids lose the use of an eye because they weren't properly treated for a problem. The most common problems are hard to spot without formal eye tests. We support healthy eyes by connecting parents and kids to services and information.

Babies should have their first eye exam at six months old. One eye exam per year is free for kids 19 and under with an OHIP card. Book an appointment with an optometrist.

Brant County Health Unit staff will visit a few schools to begin vision screening for senior kindergarten students during the school year.

Find out more about vision screening in schools.

Vision Services
519-753-4937 ext. 450