Early Childhood Photoscreening Supports Better Eye Care in Rural Alaska – By Arwen Botz

Photoscreening is an efficient and effective method of identifying kids at risk for amblyopia. The Kodiak Area Native Association (KANA) serves a 12,000-member community located on a large, mostly uninhabited island in Alaska. I am a Developmental Specialist with the KANA Infant Learning Program. This is a part of the Alaska Early Intervention system that … Continue reading Early Childhood Photoscreening Supports Better Eye Care in Rural Alaska – By Arwen Botz