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National Think About Your Eyes Campaign Stresses Importance of Children’s Eye Exams

As parents and children get ready for the back-to-school season, Think About Your Eyes is lauching its advertising campaign intended to educate the public on the importance of regular comprehensive eye exams for the 38 million school-aged children in the U.S. The national campaign, ‘The eyes you’re born with’, began on July 20 and can be viewed online at thinkaboutyoureyes.com/videos.

“The vision community, through Think About Your Eyes, is dedicated to educating parents on the difference between school vision screenings and a comprehensive eye exam, and ensuring that they know the importance and life-long value of regularly scheduled comprehensive eye exams for their kids,” said Dave Plogmann, managing director of Think About Your Eyes. “We have a responsibility for the eye and vision health of our nation’s children, because healthy eyes—as well as good vision—are as essential as schools to a child’s ability to learn.”

ADG&A advises it clients to consider how they might participate in the TAYEs campaign.  A good start would be to educate patients using the practice’s Facebook and Twitter pages, mailings to patients and postings on the practice’s web site.

Source: Vision Monday


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