(UNDATED) - Members of the American Optometric Association are providing free eye exams to babies one year of age and younger in Indiana.
South Bend Dr. Linnea Robins-Winters says optometrists can spot lazy eye and near sighted or far sightedness in infants as young as six-months-old.
She says the "infant-see" program provides free screenings to determine how strong their eyes are, how they focus and how their eyes move in tandem.
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