Hey, it's free.... so why not? I was at the optometrist's office picking up a new set of contact lenses, and saw the InfantSEE brochure. InfantSEE is a free program offering vision screening to babies between the ages of six to twelve months of age.
Of course, Nolan will have an appointment with a pediatric ophthamologist when he is a toddler (routine for all kids with hearing loss), but it would be reassuring to have a vision screen now. They check for myopia, far-sightedness, astigmatism, glaucoma, and cataracts. I made an appointment for the 25th of this month- I have to go back for a contact lens check anyway, so I figured we might as well kill two birds with one stone.