Good visual health plays an important part in an infant’s development and overall wellbeing. For that reason, a proclamation, signed in the Senate on September 15, 2014, designated the week of September 14-20 as “InfantSEE Week” in Pennsylvania. 

InfantSEE Declaration
 
Launched in 2005, InfantSEE is a public health program managed by Optometry Cares – The American Optometric Association’s (AOA) Foundation. InfantSEE optometrists provide no-cost eye exams to children between the ages of six months to a year. The Eye Institute (TEI) is a proud participating provider of this national program.

InfantSEE Event 2014
Above is a photo of the original proclamation and from the initial InfantSEE events we had on campus in 2014 featuring Dr. Marianne Boltz, former Pennsylvania Optometric Association president, Dr. Glen Steele, AOA InfantSEE chair, and Tom Sullivan.