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Children with disabilities are more likely to have eye and vision problems than are typical children. Yet these children find it harder to access examinations, and eye care providers are not always confident in managing children who do not fit the norm. This talk will explain why eye care is so important to children with disabilities, and how eye examinations can be made easy for children of all abilities.




4th November 2015

Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre
Cardiff University

School of Optometry and Vision Sciences, Cardiff University

Dr Maggie Woodhouse,

Eyes right everyone; the importance of eye care for children with disabilities

School of Optometry workshop for the community