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While many say vision does not affect milestone development, that is 100% false.
A child with poor vision can become developmentally delayed due to the child's inability to respond to stimuli with efficiency.
While baby vision develops over time, much can be done to make sure your child's vision is on track.
First, you want to be aware of the vision problems that can occur for a child. Please take my FREE course "Vision and Your Child" to better understand vision and how it affects your child.
Other vision courses, like "Patching 101" and "Cognitive Vision Training" are available to help improve your child's vision not matter what their current function.
"When you improve vision, you improve movement." - Michelle Turner Go to
Click here to find the free and paid courses available to help improve one's vision.