NORCROSS, GA, February 27, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- America's Best thinks that children learn better when they see better, so celebrating vision and learning makes perfect sense.
For many of us, vision is tied directly to learning. We learn what we see and read. So be sure to schedule an eye exam and make sure that your vision is as good as it can be. During a visit to an optometrist
, parents can learn any number of ways that improving a child's vision can improve his ability to learn.
Children may need prescription glasses
so that they can see the chalkboard or eyewear that makes it easier to read. Both are sure to improve their ability to learn. A visit to the eye doctor
can help protect your child's vision by detecting any threats to their eye health.
In addition to promoting their own children's vision and learning, parents might want to consider donating used eyeglasses
to one of the many charities that uses the lenses to help less fortunate children get a better start at their learning opportunities.
"We understand that not all children are visual learners, but for most of us, our sight is an important tool in the learning process. We think children learn better when they see better," said Dr. Grace Kim, Chairperson for Clinical Advisory Panel for America's Best.
To learn how to improve your child's vision, please visit http://www.twopair.com/
About America's Best:
With more than 300 locations nationwide, America's Best carries a wide selection of designer eyeglasses and contact lenses in their stores and offers eye exams. With the volume of eyeglasses they produce, America's Best is able to provide their customers with some of the most popular brand-named designer frames for among the lowest prices in the country.
To learn more, please visit http://www.twopair.com/
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