80% of what a child learns is through their eyes, yet one-in-four in the U.S. have undetected vision problems. And because children don’t always know what “normal” vision looks like, they’re unlikely to complain of vision problems. ABSee, a new program that launched last week on World Sight Day, is aimed to help school age children nationwide see clearly. Doug Zarkin, with Pearle Vision, joins from a Minnesota elementary school to explain.
Helping School Children See Clearly
The ABSee Program from Pearle Vision
Posted at 10:19 AM, Oct 14, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-14 11:19:38-04
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