InfantSEE® student program stirs passion for pediatric care

November 26, 2019
Aspiring doctors of optometry pledge to provide essential care to children.

More than a few eyes of future doctors of optometry were opened when the InfantSEE ® Student Program visited five schools of optometry during 2019.

During the program, hundreds of optometry students were introduced to InfantSEE, an initiative of  Optometry Cares ®—The AOA Foundation , with support from The Allergan Foundation. The student program is aimed at raising awareness around infant eye care and vision health, as well as expanding the number of doctors providing eye assessments to the youngest population.
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