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Is your child ready for school?

Poor vision can interfere with your child’s learning and social development, yet 1 in 5 children suffer from an undetected vision problem. A child’s eyes are central to their school life. Whether they are playing sport, reading, writing or using a digital device, their eyes are working hard.  

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Selecting the right glasses for your Child

Selecting the right glasses for your Child

If your child needs glasses, where do you start? You want them to feel happy in their new eyewear, but you also want to get the most out of your investment. Keeping in mind a few simple tips will give you the confidence to know you’re making an informed choice.

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What is a 'Lazy Eye'?

What is a 'Lazy Eye'?

A Lazy eye occurs when the brain receives different images from each eye, and consequently ignores one image. The other eye is 'switched off' to avoid confusion.  In some cases the 'switching off' is so strong that the child can no longer see well with the weaker eye even when the good eye is closed. Some children with one weaker eye manage to avoid this by learning to switch attention from eye to eye thereby developing vision in both.

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