Children's Eye Tests

childrens eye tests

Children under 12 with Optical Health Cover
receive 2 Complete pairs with Zero Gap to Pay

At Options we have a special interest in children’s vision.

One of the most important things in a childs development, is their vision.

Vision is a critical component of learning and if it is not perfect, problems can manifest in many ways.

Symptoms of vision that is not perfect may include:

  • Reluctance to read
  • Short attention span when doing close work
  • Squinting
  • Tilting of the head
  • Frequent Headaches
  • Rubbing eyes
  • Excessive tearing
  • Sitting too close to the television
  • Covering one eye to read or watch television
  • Finger pointing while reading
  • Not being able to see the board clearly
  • Letters swimming on the page
  • Letters being switched when reading or writing

Often children do not complain about their vision and many parents are unaware of any visual issues, treatment with spectacles or eye excercises can have fantastic results both at school and at home and a regular eye exam is all it takes to detect and treat these problems.

All our Optometrists are trained to diagnose and treat children of all ages appropriately.

Bulk Billed and Fully Covered by Medicare *

Give your child the best possible start and book an appointment with your local Options Optometrist today.

Large Range of Children’s Glasses Available

In the event that your child requires glasses, we have one of the largest kiddies ranges available, from flexible for the rough and tough to the sparkly bling for the girly girls. We also have a great range for Teens and Pre Teens.

If you have a Health Fund, we have a large range of fully covered frame and lens packages available.

We will provide you with two complete standard pairs with no gap to pay. Extra peace of mind – just our way of saying thanks.

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