About Vision Screening

Only an eye doctor can diagnose and treat a vision problem, but  vision screenings help find children and adults who need a full eye exam. Prevent Blindness America's vision screenings are an accurate, cost-effective way to find vision problems and refer people with signs of problems to eye doctors for professional care.

Prevent Blindness America has the only national program that trains and certifies people around the country to conduct vision screenings. Our screening procedures are recommended by many of the nation's leading children's eye care professionals and researchers.

Children's Vision Screening ► Children's Vision Screening ▼

Prevent Blindness has the only national program that trains and certifies people around the country to conduct screenings that find vision problems in preschool and school-age children. Our screening procedures are recommended by many of the nation's leading children's eye care professionals and researchers. Read More

Adult Vision Screening ► Adult Vision Screening ▼

Prevent Blindness America has the only national program that trains and certifies people around the country to conduct screenings that find vision problems in adults. Our screening procedures are recommended by many of the nation's leading eye care professionals and researchers. Read More

Become a Vision Screener ► Become a Vision Screener ▼

Prevention is an important part of good healthcare. Members of volunteer organizations and service groups around the country take vision screening training so they can better serve their communities. Some offer vision screening as a benefit. Others provide these services for a fee. Read More