How Did Pediatric Associates Meet AAP’s Vision Screening Policy?
Dr. Natasha Burgert is a pediatrician at Pediatric Associates’ (PA) Kansas City office. PA has 17 providers across their 2 locations. She is a national spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and enjoys educating families on Twitter.
Compare The Leading Pediatric Vision Screeners
The Top Photoscreeners: Which One Is Right for You? Are you considering a photoscreener for your pediatric practice? Early detection and treatment of vision problems are critical in order to help prevent permanent vision loss, and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) now recommends photoscreening for children aged 12 months-5 years.1
Great Catches: The Value of Early and Routine Vision Screening
Early vision screening is fundamental, but screening your patient’s early and routinely is critical in detecting amblyopia risk factors that may cause childhood blindness. Vision often changes as children develop. By photoscreening and testing visual acuity throughout childhood—starting at age 1 per the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)— you’ll help detect vision issues and prevent permanent vision loss in your young patients.1
Digital Visual Acuity Test – Goodbye Snellen Chart
We built a more convenient, effective way to calculate visual acuity, and we are very excited to launch our interactive Digital Visual Acuity test.