Ravi visited New River Primary School in Invercargill at the end of August. The focus of the visit was behavioural optometry.
Foureyes Foundation and Mr Foureyes are thrilled to have successfully fundraised for a piece of optical equipment that can be used to quickly and accurately screen children's eyesight to pick up a range of vision problems.
Foureyes Foundation is raising funds for a piece of equipment that will improve the way we can screen children for eyesight problems.
Foureyes Foundation is now a registered charity, which will distribute donated glasses to New Zealand kids as part of our Buy One, Give One approach. It will also help identify children who need glasses through school screening.
All about what happens to donated glasses frames, and how you can donate yours if you would like to.
We were out at Titahi Bay School at the end of the last school term, doing some screening of all the Year 6 (that's Standard 4) kids before they headed off to intermediate school in 2016.
We had a great time chatting to the Dominion Post about our business and what makes Mr Foureyes different.
Here's how prescription lenses are fitted into your glasses.
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