Will My Child Actually Wear These Glasses?

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About the author:
Katheryn Dabbs Schramm is a recognized and respected authority on children's eyewear and eyecare. For the past 25 years, she has served as CEO and President of A Child's View, Inc., a chain of pediatric eyewear dispensaries in Southern California. In addition, she has designed children's eyewear, written the textbook, Dispensing Pediatric Eyewear, served on several eyecare boards, and contributed numerous educational articles. Ms. Schramm's contributions continue to elevate the quality of pediatric eyewear and eyecare.

Will My Child Actually Wear These Glasses?

Authored by Katheryn Dabbs Schramm
Photographs by Robert Silva

This book is written to help parents whose child has been prescribed glasses. Once you heard the news that your child needed glasses, your world changed. Most likely you entered the doctor's office with some degree of concern. Would the doctor give your child a life-threatening diagnosis? Would your baby need to patch her eye? Was your husband's extreme myopia passed on to your child? Did you unknowingly do something to cause your daughter's eye to turn? The relief you may have experienced when leaving the doctor's office was short-lived. Now, you have a prescription for eyeglasses and have no idea what your next step should be. "Will My Child Actually Wear These Glasses?" addresses all your concerns and answers your questions. You can learn about eye conditions, recommended ages for eye examinations, learn about eyeglass frames and lenses, and most importantly you will learn how to get your child to wear the glasses as prescribed. The information contained in this book is vital as you have only a relatively small window of opportunity when proactive treatment may be successful.

Publication Date:
1439271860 / 9781439271865
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Family & Relationships / Parenting / General

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