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Children 3-17

Early detection of children's vision problems is essential to make sure your kids have the visual skills they need to do well in school, sports and other activities.


As a parent, you may wonder whether your preschooler has a vision problem or when you should schedule your child's first eye exam.


Eye exams for children are extremely important. Early identification of a child's vision problem can be crucial because children often are more responsive to treatment when problems are diagnosed early.

Adults 18-45

You've probably noticed your vision has started to change. Most notably, presbyopia— the normal, age-related loss of near focusing ability — usually develops at this time.

Learn what you can do to keep seeing clearly for years to come ...

You can't escape presbyopia, even if you've never had a vision problem before. Even people who are nearsighted will notice that their near vision blurs when they wear their usual eyeglasses or contact lenses to correct distance vision.

Mature Adults 45+

Just as our physical strength decreases with age, our eyes also exhibit an age-related decline in performance — particularly as we reach our 60s and beyond.


Some age-related eye changes, such as presbyopia, are perfectly normal and don't signify any sort of disease process.


While cataracts can be considered an age-related disease, they are extremely common among seniors and can be readily corrected with cataract surgery.

Taking care of your eyes

Need Based Program

This is a need based program created to provide a basic pair of eyeglasses

to those in need. We offer our service on a need based sliding scale to our uninsured and under insured clients.


Our eyeglasses are provided by our labs and local retail optical stores in our network who supports our effort to help those in need to see better.


We respond to the needs of the community by being an all volunteer organization who engage and leverage volunteers, partner organizations and local communities to help our clients.

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