What does your child do?

They don’t look at you, don’t follow moving objects

They don’t look at you, don’t follow moving objects

Theoretically, from birth, a new-born baby is able to fixate on its parents, even if their vision is still very immature compared to that of an adult.

The fact that an infant does not react to bright light, does not stare at contrasting objects or does not follow them from 2-3 months old should be a warning of a possible visual problem and lead to an ophthalmologic assessment.