Children's Vision Screening Programs and Services

The Children’s Vision Screening Training is designed to aid public health professionals, school nurses, pediatric/family practitioner staff, and volunteers to conduct sound preschool or school vision screening programs. Find out more about voucher applications and other children's vision resources in Wisconsin.

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Adult Vision Screening Programs and Services

Prevent Blindness Wisconsin volunteers offer free adult vision screenings at many community centers, senior living facilities, health fairs, and corporations. We also provide financial assistance information for adults who need an eye exam and / or eyeglasses.

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Your Amazing Eyes

Your Amazing Eyes is a preschool reading program that is delivered during story time at various Milwaukee Public Libraries & Suburban Libraries. This program is built upon the Six Skills for Early Literacy and engages children in learning about the sense of sight, the eyes and how they work, and wearing glasses and/or a patch. The program is designed for children ages 3-5 years old, and it includes children’s book readings and a variety of games and activities!

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Wisconsin Lions Foundation

Since 1988, the Wisconsin Lion's Foundation and Prevent Blindness Wisconsin have combined forces to help the fight against blindness and to ensure that every child from six months to eighteen years of age sees properly.

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Nurses

A children's vision screening toolkit and additional resources for school nurses in Wisconsin.

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Head Start

Prevent Blindness Wisconsin provides certification training and resources to Head Start agencies to equip them to provide vision screening for their children.

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Healthy Eyes, Healthy Futures

Healthy Eyes Healthy Futures, a Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, is working in 11 Milwaukee Public Schools to develop a follow-up and referral strategy to ensure more children get to vision care.

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