When Wyatt was born he didn’t open his eyes. When his mom Julie was told by his eye doctor that Wyatt had a rare genetic condition called coloboma and she could expect her son to see only light and dark shadows, the news was heart-breaking.
She began working with his Early Intervention Teacher of the Visually Impaired from A Shared Vision when Wyatt was three months old. He began to see contrast and movement. Now eighteen months, Wyatt can pick up things that are just a few feet in front of him.