Eye Glasses for Your Child
Choosing Glasses for Your Child - The Perfect Fit.
Glasses that fit well will stay put, encouraging your child to look through the appropriate part of the lens. They are more comfortable, which encourages compliance, and frankly they look more attractive. For more click HERE.
Choosing Glasses for Your Child - Lens, Materials.
Warranties can be a life saver for many families. Glasses – especially glasses worn by children – can be broken, lost, or damaged easily, and they need to be replaced. Many children have frequent prescription changes, especially in the first couple of years of getting glasses. For more click HERE.
How Will I Ever Get My Child to Wear Glasses?
If your child has a visual impairment, chances are they’ll have a prescription for glasses. You may be wondering, “How on earth am I ever going to convince my child to keep glasses on their face?” The teachers from A Shared Vision get this question all the time. Here are some of their tips on how to get a child with a visual impairment to wear glasses. For more click HERE.