Junior Eye-care

Looking after your child’s health is an important element of being a parent, yet when it comes to your child’s eye health many families are seemingly in the dark. Here are some eye-opening points about children’s eyecare that we want all parents to know:

  • Children need more frequent eye tests because their vision changes more quickly as they grow. At least every twelve months is recommended.
  • Children’s eyesight is fully developed at age eight, but can be examined by an optician at a much younger age – well before they can read.
  • Only 10 per cent of parents know if their child’s school offers a vision screening programme.
  • Eye tests for children are completely free at optician’s.
  • Students in further education may qualify for financial help for eye tests and to buy glasses or contact lenses.
  • Children spend more time outside and, like skin, their eyes need protection from UV rays with the use of sunglasses.
Vision care for children from Broad Opticians

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