At Vizavance, we always explore opportunities to educate people in our community about vision and eye health. We look for fun, exciting ways to encourage children, make parents more aware, and spread knowledge about how poor vision can impact a child’s academic performance.
Vizavance is the sole non-profit organization in Oklahoma whose primary aim is to help improve children’s’ education through better vision. Our organization offers free children’s eye exams in Oklahoma. It helps in the early identification of different types of vision problems. If these problems go unnoticed or are neglected, they can affect academic performance.
The holidays are here, and it is time for family reunions, great meals, many gifts, and some charity. At Vizavance, we hope everyone has a good time this holiday season and a fantastic start to the New Year! In these busy times, it is easy for people to lose track of family as they focus on work or personal responsibilities.
Modern technology has helped millions of patients around the world. There are new systems developed every day that assist with detecting health issues, diagnosis, treatment, and spreading awareness.
The present generation of children is stuck to technology like a pair of inseparable twins. They spend a large portion of the day staring at LED screens either for learning or entertainment. They forget the world around them when they are using computers, smartphones, tablets, or a variety of other digital devices.
When you are getting your children’s vision tested, the screener will conduct a comprehensive physical and get a detailed history. This examination includes a thorough eye exam. We at Vizavance offer free vision screenings for children in the six months to high school senior ages. As a parent, you want to know what is included in the child’s free eye test.
Ignoring vision problems in young children can impact their ability to learn. This makes it necessary to get a vision exam for children done before they enter school. Many parents are unaware that vision problems are prevalent among children and do not get their children’s eyes tested. Only 15% of children undergo a thorough vision test, while 25% suffer from severe vision problems.