Early Childhood Vision Screening - Richmond Public Health

Our public health staff screen for vision problems in young children. Children are screened in kindergarten at their school.

What happens during vision screening?

The child's vision in each eye will be measured by a hand held vision screener that the child looks at. Depth perception is checked using a matching game that the child plays with the screener wearing special glasses. After screening, children who require follow-up are encouraged to visit an optometrist or ophthalmologist. Children do not need to be able to read to be screened. 

Richmond Public Health

8100 Granville Avenue
Richmond, BC
V6Y 3T6
Phone: (604) 233-3150
Fax: (604) 233-3198

Hours of operation

Monday - Friday 

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Parking & transportation

Limited on-site paid parking available. Within walking distance to public transit. Wheelchair accessible through front doors on main floor.


?Age range: 5 years old