Children's Vision

Eyewear designed for Phone, iPad and Computer

Eyewear designed for Phone, iPad and Computer

Australians love our digital devices and we devote half of our waking hours using one or other product. It has changed the way we work, learn, shop, socialise and relax. This is why unless well managed most of us will eventually succumb to eyestrain.

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( Posted in: Achieving Good Vision )

Choosing your child's glasses

Choosing your child's glasses

When choosing a pair of glasses for your child, there are a few points to consider

  • Durability
  • Safety
  • Versatility
  • Overall fit
  • Your child's involvement 
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Pattern Glare, Photosensitivity and Tinted Lenses

Pattern Glare, Photosensitivity and Tinted Lenses

Tinted lenses are often prescribed by optometrists for patients who complain of light sensitivity as well as for protection against U.V. light exposure.

“Pattern glare” is a condition in which patients are abnormally sensitive to light, and to certain patterns. Printed reading can also often cause problems for people who are sensitive to light due to the spatial effect of words and rows.

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( Posted in: Achieving Good Vision )

Staff Profile - Catherine Miller

Staff Profile - Catherine Miller

Local Connections - By Merry Kirkwood

As Catherine Miller (optical dispenser at YOUNG EYES) sees it, some friendships project you towards interesting people, paths and places. 

This has proved true for Catherine, originally Sydney born and bred. Years ago, friend Nicole made the introduction to future husband Matt, from Young… and the rest as they say, is history. “She was my local connection for sure,” she quips.

While Catherine and Matt made their start in life in Sydney with idyllic times a fisherman’s cast from Mooney Mooney’s watery edge, they were destined for life in the country.

 

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( Posted in: Team News )

Why do I need glasses when I see perfectly well?

Why do I need glasses when I see perfectly well?

For success in school, children need more than just clear vision. They also need the eyes to move as a team, follow a line of print without losing their place and maintain clear focus. These skills are needed when they read or make quick focusing changes when looking up to the board and back to their desks.

Our eyes are designed to work as a team, but each eye functions independently. When the visual system is working correctly you can sustain clear, comfortable vision. 

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Kids Downtime

Kids Downtime

We all know kids are spending more time on their digital devices and some play organised sport. What happened to the down time, chilling out with the family and their mates? Does this affect children’s vision and their learning ability?

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HOW computers are affecting our vision and our childrens vision?

HOW computers are affecting our vision and our childrens vision?

Should you worry about how much time your child spends in front of the computer every day?

Sitting for hours in front of a computer screen stresses a child's eyes because the computer forces the child's vision system to focus and strain a lot more than any other task.

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( Posted in: Children's Vision )
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