This month, in our series on developmental delay and early intervention, let's understand Visual Developmental Delay in children. The focus is on vision and a child's ability to understand what he see
By Team ParentCircle with inputs from Dr Mridula Pentapati
Eye problems in young children go unnoticed most often. This is because, the child tries to make up with one eye if he has a problem in the other, or he simply doesn’t know how to communicate the problem. If a child’s vision is not corrected at an early age, it may become difficult to correct it later in life. However, as in every form of developmental delay. If detected early, defects in your child’s vision can be treated and corrected. Let’s learn more.
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