Screenings

Friends for Sight is committed to the health and safety of the people we serve, our volunteers and our staff by following all state, federal and CDC guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19. We are currently providing free vision screening at our main office in Cottonwood Heights. Please call 801-524-2020 for an appointment.

 

For Community partners please fill out the form on the Schedule Screening tab.

 

 

SightFest

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Working with local school districts, SIGHTFEST will provide day-long events offering free eye exams and glasses to children whose families cannot afford vision care and do not qualify for other programs like Medicaid.

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Eye Health Awareness

  • Child Eye Health and Safety
    Child Eye Health and Safety

    Did you know that it is estimated that 80% of classroom education is taught visually? As the new school year is about to begin, Friends for Sight reminds you to include an eye examination as a critical part of your back to school check list.

    1 and 5 percent of preschool-aged children in the United States have vision impairment.1 Common conditions that can affect a child's vision include:1 and 5 percent of preschool-aged children in the United States have vision impairment. Common conditions that can affect a child's vision include:

    • Amblyopia (“lazy eye”)
    • Strabismus (“crossed eyes”)
    • Color deficiency (“color blindness”)
    • Refractive errors
      • Nearsightedness ("myopia")
      • Farsightedness (“hyperopia”)
      • Astigmatism
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