2019 Student Eyecare Program at Albany Rise Primary School
The school is pleased to announce that it will be running a welfare initiative called the Student Eyecare Program. An optometrist will be onsite during school hours to provide students with a comprehensive eye examination. Each attendee will receive an individual report regarding the eye health and a prescription will be provided if glasses are required. The school will not have access to the individual report but will be notified if glasses were recommended. Please note that this service does not sell glasses and the prescription can be taken to any optical store.

The program’s aim is to detect visual problems that may interfere with a student’s learning abilities and subsequently hinder their academic potential. A significant number of students have visual problems that go undetected. The main visual issues that go undetected are inadequate focusing and eye teaming abilities that could lead to symptoms such as poor concentration, fatigue, headaches and unwillingness to read.

This eye health service is available to all students and is covered by Medicare Australia. It is a Medicare Bulk Billing service– so there is no cost to the students. The form below is to be completed by the parent or guardian.
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Parent/Carer Name *
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Student First Name *
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Student Surname *
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Class *
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Do you wish to have your child's eyes examined as part of the 2019 Eyecare Program? *
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