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Vision Care

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    Assisted Living Options for People with Vision Impairment

    According to the American Foundation for the Blind, over six million seniors have some degree of vision loss. Vision Loss is a common issue that makes living alone difficult for many elderly people. It can be difficult for seniors with vision problems to complete daily tasks on their own due to dangerous staircases, tedious housekeeping […]

    Continue Reading May 27, 2022

  • Teens Back-to-School Contact Lens Guide

    Another summer behind us, another school year just ahead. So much to do to get ready. As you rush around getting new school clothes and school supplies, don’t forget to schedule your student’s back-to-school eye exam. This is an essential step for school readiness because poor vision can be a barrier to learning. Which might […]

    Continue Reading August 21, 2017

  • The Outdoors Are Calling You!

    At Eyes For Life, we offer unique eyewear options for the active lifestyle you love to live. Eyewear Do you enjoy starting or ending your day in the outdoors? Exercise, sports or extreme outdoor activities require more out of your eyewear. Your day to day eyewear often does not meet the needs or demands of […]

    Continue Reading March 29, 2017

  • A Brief History of Eyeglasses

    The first eyeglasses are believed to have been invented between 1268 and 1289. Although there are some who would claim otherwise, glasses are widely accepted as originating in Italy. The inventor, however, is not known. These first spectacles were made of natural crystal, and were handheld due to their weight. Crystal lenses could not be […]

    Continue Reading December 12, 2016

  • Cleaning Tips For Your Eyeglasses

    You have just invested your hard earned money on the perfect pair of eyeglasses. Here are some cleaning tips to help protect that investment and keep your lenses looking brand new as long as possible. Always rinse your lenses off before wiping or cleaning them. If you wipe your lenses dry, any dust or debris […]

    Continue Reading November 15, 2016

  • Comfort Dog Eases Fear of Eye Doctor

    Children and adults often fear new and unknown experiences.   Going to the eye doctor for the first time, or even if they have been previously, can create anxiety and fear in some patients. Regular eye exams are very important to preserving eye health and vision, as well as correcting or treating any issues as soon […]

    Continue Reading October 19, 2016

  • How Vision Affects Your Child’s Learning

    75-90% of learning in a classroom occurs through the visual system. If the visual system is not working properly, this can seriously hinder a child trying to perform up to their potential. 80% of children who are reading disabled, including dyslexics, have vision problems which can be solved. 25% of ALL children have a vision […]

    Continue Reading October 11, 2016