Our clinic provides eye exams and vision evaluations for patients with a range of physical, developmental and behavioral differences, including ADHD and autism.
Our exams are geared toward the unique requirements of these patients. We modify our approach, as needed, to keep the patient as comfortable as possible both physically and emotionally and to help get information and deliver care as accurately and efficiently as possible. After the exam, we can provide a State Eye Report for parents to submit to the school.
What Patients Do We See?
Any child with special needs or conditions such as:
Autism spectrum disorder
“Shaken baby” syndrome
To Schedule an Appointment
Call Texas Children’s Health Center Cy-Fair directly at 832-822-3230 and request an appointment at the Special Needs Eye Clinic with Dr. Mary Kelinske, therapeutic optometrist.
Appointments are available every Friday from 8 am to 2 pm with other weekday appointments available, as needed.
Peters’ anomaly is a condition that causes the cornea, the clear window in the front of the eye, to be opaque or cloudy rather than clear. This clouding of the cornea can block the development of vision.
A blocked tear duct is also known as nasolacrimal duct obstruction. It is a blockage of the eye’s natural tear drainage system. Tears can “back up” and overflow onto the cheek instead of draining through the tear duct in the eye.