InfantSee™, is a no-cost public health program developed to provide professional eye care for infants nationwide. It is being provided by American Optometric Association (AOA) member doctors, in partnership with The Vision Care Institute of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. Under this program, supported by former President Jimmy Carter, who serves as honorary national chair and spokesman, participating optometrists will provide a one-time, comprehensive eye assessment to infants in their first year of life, offering early detection of risk factors that might lead to potential eye and vision problems at no cost regardless of income.
This page contains information to assist patients of the University Eye Center. If you are interested in additional information about the American Optometric Association InfantSee program, please go to InfantSee.
Children known to have eye or vision problems or children older than one year can obtain comprehensive examination and treatment in the Pediatrics and Binocular Vision Service. Additional information about the University Eye Center Pediatrics and Binocular Vision Service. We participate in most medical and vision plans.
The University Eye Center is proud to participate in this worthwhile public health initiative. Appointments for InfantSee™ assessments can be made for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons by calling, 231.591.2020 and asking for an InfantSee™ Evaluation.
A history form can be mailed to you to bring with your child for the InfantSee™ Evaluation. Or, you can download a pdf version
If you have any questions about how the University Eye Center as participating in this program please contact Dr. Paula McDowell at 231.591.2020