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One size fits all sometimes means too small
What I saw in China: she had to sit right in front of the vision chart to read the symbols
Young girl student at China OneSight center going through visual acuity testing--sitting close to the chart.
On the rural eastern end of what’s known as the Silk Road in China, I recently had the opportunity to review OneSight’s work building and operating vision centers for school children. Millions still live in poverty in this area and I was shocked by the prevalence and degree of need for vision correction among the children. Here's how OneSight is working to address such vision care issues around the globe for those who don't have easy and affordable access.
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CATEGORY: Corporate Culture
WRITTEN BY: Lukas Ruecker
How you can help bring eyeglasses--and potential to achieve--to the world
Lukas Ruecker and colleague at one of the Rwanda vision care centers
On October 12, World Sight Day, the world pauses for a moment to pay attention to the global problem of blindness and vision impairment. Helping people see life to the fullest has been, and is, my mission in life, whether it’s as president of EyeMed, or as chairman of OneSight. Will you join me to support a tested, sustainable solution for those without access to vision benefits, eye exams and eyeglasses?
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CATEGORY: Corporate Culture
WRITTEN BY: Lukas Ruecker
The vision trends we’ll be tracking in 2017
Shoes standing near words Future and Past
Bold new eyewear styles and high tech lenses always steal the spotlight in vision, but heading into 2017, there’s more for employers and benefit advisors to keep an eye on.
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CATEGORY: HR Benefits
WRITTEN BY: Lukas Ruecker
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
One size fits all sometimes means too small