On World Sight Day (10/08/15), 39DollarGlasses had the pleasure of volunteering with ChildSight® in Newark, New Jersey to assist with vision screenings for students in need. ChildSight®, a product of Helen Keller International, is a program that provides underserved children in the United States with free vision screenings and prescription eyeglasses. Without clear vision, children […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
At 39DollarGlasses, we know the importance of seeing clearly, especially for children. Reading, writing, learning, and playing are all acts that can be hindered when a child has poor vision. Parents often wonder – how do you know when your child needs glasses? Facts About First Exams: According to the American Optometric Association, infants should […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For children’s eyeglasses, one size does not fit all. Did you know that correct frame sizing is just as important as a proper prescription when it comes to a child’s frame? If your son or daughter is wearing a pair of eyeglasses that is too large or too small for their face there is a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
39DollarGlasses is proud to announce their collaboration with Helen Keller International in an effort to bring sight to schoolchildren. The ChildSight® program, a brilliant program created by Helen Keller International, helps to recognize vision problems in U.S. schoolchildren ranging from fifth through ninth grade. After the ChildSight® program identifies students with vision problems, including nearsightedness, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In the February 2014 issue of All You magazine money expert Farnoosh Torabi discusses ways to save money on quality eyeglasses. Her expert insight makes it clear that a person does not need to spend a fortune for great eyewear. The article, which discusses affordable options for children’s eyewear, lists 39DollarGlasses.com as a site that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Getting glasses can be quite an adjustment for young children. As a parent, you’ll want to help them feel as comfortable as possible with this transition. In this blog post you’ll find several tips to help adjust your child to glasses. 1. Explain When a child learns that they must wear glasses, it can be […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Vision care experts are warning parents that a new toy, Silly Shooterz, may damage the eyes. Kids are encouraged to wear eye protection while playing with the new toys.Continue Reading... No Comments.