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Health Programs

Kid Sight Vision Screening

      In calendar year ? we were at six locations and screened ? kids with ? referred to an eye care professional. So far in ? , we have conducted screenings at a daycare facility in the community, the Butterfly festival, Back to School Fiesta, and Camp Good Sam Wimberley. We are working toward screening Pre-K and Kindergarten classes at Skudder Elementary as well as additional daycare facilities. We have conducted screenings at daycare facilities outside of the Wimberley area and joined other Lions clubs to screen at Cedar Ridge High School where they had their back to school backpack distribution. In the calendar ? we have screened ? people (all kids except for a very few adults) with ? referred to an eye care professional for a complete eye examination. For questions or comments please contact us at: WimberleyLionsKSVS@gmail.com.

  Duties:

  • Vision screen children ages 6 months to 5 years old to identify those who would benefit from professional medical attention.

  • Provide the screening results to the parents so they can see if an eye examination is recommended as well as track their screening results from year to year.

  • Seek community events, child care-day care centers, and pre-K schools to arrange to vision screen the children in attendance.

  • Informational Flyer

Sight & Hearing Conservation

    Duties:

  • Develop and maintain contact with the District Eye Bank representative.

  • Recommend services to be provided to the visually impaired, as requested through the school health services personnel.

  • Maintain the eyeglass collection program.

  • Submit eyeglasses donated to District.

  • Summary of the Eyeglass Program

  • Visual Assistance Procedure

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