Eye Exam

FOCUS ON YOUR FUTURE!

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FREE LOS ANGELES EVENT

OCTOBER 15, 2022 9AM-5PM

CAL STATE LA LOT 5

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CHILDREN

More than 2 million children in the U.S. do not have the glasses they need to see the board, read a book, or participate in class. Our partners, Vision To Learn and the Jules Stein Eye Institute, will provide free vision screenings to children between the ages of 3 and 17 years old.

 

Pre-Registration is strongly encouraged. Spots are available from 9am to 4:00pm.

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ADULTS

People in the US fear losing vision more than memory, hearing, or speech, and consider visual acuity loss among the top 4 worst things that could happen to them. Yet too few get their eyes checked until they are already experiencing vision loss or an eye disease.

Our partners, Southern California Eye Institute, Tzu Chi Medical Foundation and the Raymond Renaissance Surgery Center are providing free adult screenings.

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FIRST 200 SCREENED SIGN-UPS

receive a Walker Buehler OR Max Muncy Bobblehead
(limit 2 per family)

HOW IT WORKS

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STEP ONE

A non-invasive device called the Welch Allyn is used to detect vision issues.

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STEP TWO

An optometrist or ophthalmologist  will provide a full screening to those in need.

Glasses Fitting

STEP THREE

People requiring glasses will be fitted and/or receive a new glasses prescription.