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- May 30, 2007 at 12:58 pm #240934
Sight for Students offers certificates towards free frames, lenses, and
exams for those without insurance, and who are under 200% of federal
guidelines. You can only get 1 certificate per 12 months, so if the
child loses or breaks them, they won’t replace them.
I think this is US only, but I’m not 100% on that. The certificates are
not accepted at all optomitrists, though. You have to look through
their list of doctors who participate in the program.
I didn’t find any
franchise places (like DOC, Pearle Vision, etc) in my area, all were
private optomitrists, which might also be better for garuntee’s on the
It doesn’t say there is a limit on how many children per family they
will give the certificates to, just that they need to be under 18 years
of age, under 200% of federal poverty guidelines, and not have any type
of medicaid, medicare, or optical insurance.
Maybe this can help someone out!
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