Dr. Catherine McDaniel is an Associate Professor at The Ohio State University College of Optometry who is featured in the June 2016 issue of Women in Optometry.
“Professional writer Michelle Weed visited me at the Pediatric Clinic at The Ohio State University (OSU) College of Optometry to see what a pediatric vision exam entails, including tests for binocularity, refractive error, color vision, acuity and eye health. We wanted to ensure that parents would understand that a pediatric vision exam is comprehensive and different than a vision screening in a pediatrician’s office. We also wanted to reassure children that eye exams were nothing to be afraid of and could, in fact, be fun.” The result is this:
“Not everyone needs glasses,” said Howard. “Dr. Iris told me that kids with certain vision problems get to do exercises instead.”
Beautiful job by Dr. McDaniel!