Can children who see 20/20 still struggle with vision?
This is a question many parents ask when they first visit Vision Services at A Chance To Grow.
Believe it or not, vision is more than the limited concept of seeing clearly, or seeing 20/20. Read on to learn the 7 Components of Vision!
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0 Replies |Report This| Share this:Vision: It's Not Just Your Eyeballs (blog post)Can children who see 20/20 still struggle with vision?<br /><br /><br />This is a question many parents ask when they first visit <a rel="nofollow" href="http://autodiscover.actg.org/programs-services/vision-services">Vision Services</a> at A Chance To Grow. <br /><br />Believe it or not, vision is more than the limited concept of seeing clearly, or seeing 20/20.<br />Read on to learn the 7 Components of Vision!<br />
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