Eye Thrive is offering free of charge eye examinations and eyeglasses for young children ages 4-18 who have to have them when their mobile vision clinic visits picked St. Louis County Library places more than the up coming number of months. All companies are presented free of charge. A parental consent form need to be done prior to the eye exam.
The eye clinic will be at the Lewis & Clark department, situated at 9909 Lewis-Clark, Blvd., St. Louis Mo., 63136, October 12-14.
It moves to the Indian Trails department, located at 8400 Delport Travel, St. Louis, Mo., 63114, October 19-21.
The eye clinic will be at the Florissant Valley branch, situated at195 S. New Florissant Rd., Florissant, Mo., 63031, October 26-28.
The Eye Thrive cell eyesight clinic rounds out its drop plan at the Jamestown Bluffs branch, located at 4153 N. Hwy 67, Florissant, Mo., 63034, November 2 and November 4. (No eye exams on Election Day).
Capability is limited to 15 eye exams for each day. Line quantities will be assigned centered on the buy of arrival.
All youngsters have to move a COVID-19 screening prior to vision screening and eye test. Eyesight screenings will consider area outside the house the library less than a tent. Any child who passes the COVID-19 screening and fails the eyesight screening will get an appointment time for an eye examination.
The Cell Eyesight Clinic is minimal to one baby at a time no family is authorized. Social distancing (6 toes apart) is essential at all moments, and Eye Thrive will deliver masks for youngsters in the course of vision screenings and eye tests.
Discover out more about Eye Thrive at http://eyethrive.org/.
For a lot more info and to print out the parental consent type, visit https://www.slcl.org/eyecare.