Children with glasses
A child with glasses is a completely usual sight, yet can seem strange to some children – also to some parents. Does your child need to wear glasses, or do you suspect they may need to? Then you can find relevant information on this page that can prepare you for day-to-day life with glasses.
Make a game out of wearing glasses
It can be very overwhelming for a child to suddenly have to wear glasses on a daily basis, especially if none of the friends wear glasses. We have put together a number of products on our website that can make it more fun and exciting for the child to wear glasses. It can help motivate their interest in engaging in their vision therapy by wearing glasses. View our smart ‘Glasses charms’, ‘Glasses cases’ or ‘Glasses holders’.
Children with glasses AND an eye patch
Often children do not only need to wear glasses to correct their vision impairment, but also need to wear an eye patch, as part of their vision therapy treatment. We have the largest selection of fabric eye patches and adhesive eye patches for children and adults within the EU.
Do you suspect your child has trouble seeing?
If you suspect your child of seeing poorly, then on our page ‘Does my child need glasses?‘ you can find a checklist containing a list of indicators of poor eyesight.
Contact your own doctor or an eye doctor if you suspect that your child has trouble with their eyesight.