It is increasingly important that we get more eye care services, to more children - we highlight four critical reasons why.

By: Serge Resnikoff, Chair, Global Advisory Board, Our Children’s Vision

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Stronger Together

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) set the stage on World Sight Day – calling for us all to work together to achieve more. We love this theme and importantly, believe in it.

By: Courtenay Holden, Marketing and Communications, Our Children's Vision

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Baseball and kids are a classic combination, but what happens when those kids struggle to see? On World Sight Day we are stepping up to the plate with Major League Baseball Players Trust to ensure more children have access to the eye care they need.

By: Courtenay Holden, Marketing and Communications, Our Children's Vision 

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One in four children in the US have a vision problem that is significant enough to affect their learning – and yet millions of children in America do not have access to a simple eye exam and pair of glasses. Major League Baseball Players Trust is stepping up to the plate to help deliver eye care to children.

By: Kovin Naidoo, Director, Our Children's Vision and Courtenay Holden, Marketing and Communications Manager, Our Children's Vision 

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Today is International Day of the Girl, and we are celebrating! Celebrating the fact that we have dozens of partners devoted to having girls enjoy the same eye health opportunities, regardless of their geographical location, religion or economic status.

By: Courtenay Holden, Marketing and Communications, Our Children's Vision

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Unlike other health problems, uncorrected vision can slip under the radar. Often, children don’t even realise that there is a problem. But when there is, it can have a devastating impact on development.

By: Courtenay Holden, Marketing and Communications, Our Children's Vision

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We know that vision impairment, when left undetected and untreated, can impair a child’s development and learning potential. Kids See: Success is making sure parents, health care providers and decision makers in North America know it too.

By: Clive Miller, Optometry Giving Sight, CEO

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What was so incredible about Professor Holden was that he could see a problem, identify and activate all the pieces necessary to achieve the solution. Today we remember the remarkable man and his lasting work.

By: Courtenay Holden, Marketing and Communications Manager, Our Children's Vision and James Wondrasek

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Keeping the ball rolling.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

The need for optometry in the health care system in Vietnam cannot be underestimated. The eye care needs of Vietnams children, now and in the future, depend on successfully introducing the profession into the public sector.

By: Ly Huynh, Brien Holden Vision Institute, Country Representative, Vietnam

Published in Blog

Most eye conditions in children can be prevented, treated and corrected. But the risk of severe myopia (high myopia) is a particular problem that increases the risk of conditions that can lead to irreversible vision loss.

By: Kovin Naidoo, Director, Our Children's Vision and Courtenay Holden, Marketing and Communications Manager, Our Children's Vision

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