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"Framehuggers® have been used successfully in our office as a great alternative for patching. As a pediatric ophthalmologist, I want compliance convenience, and comfort for my patients. Framehuggers® patches help me accomplish all of these. I would highly recommend them."

Scott H. Pressman, M.D. The Eye Associates Boise Id

 

"The design and function of this patch that you have created is outstanding. Considering the long term benefits that patients will derive from having their eyes adequately patched, this breakthrough may possibly represent the greatest improvement in vision within our industry for a long time. My highest compliments and praise are to you for the creation and implementation of this patching technology."

Ryan S. McKinnon, M.D. Saltzer Medical Group  Caldwell Id

 

"I believe when choosing a patch you must keep in mind how easy or hard it is for a child to comply with the wearing instructions. You need a patch that is custom fitted and will not allow the child to peek around easily, but also soft and comfortable to wear all day if necessary. I exclusively recommend Framehuggers® patches for all my patients that patch over their glasses. The children love the comfort and the parent's love the results!"

Danielle D. Crull, American Board of Opticianry Master-Certified Optician

 

Danielle is 1 of only 330 people on this board in the entire US and the ONLY one specializing in fitting frames for infants through teens. In addition, she is the Master Optician in Harrisburg, PA.. She feels so strongly about properly fitting glasses for children that she provides seminars to other optician's explaining differences in fitting children verses adults. Because a child's eye is a unique concept, Miss Danielle has been getting a lot of press coverage. Thanks for your hard work and dedication Miss Danielle! We at Framehuggers® are proud to recommend Miss Danielle for any questions you may have with patching or proper fitting of you or your child's glasses. She Has also written a very unique book which offers great insight to the world of patching. Pleasesee our order forms for more details.

Visit her site at www.applepatty.com or http://www.achildseyes.com/index.html
 

"The Framehugger is the best eye patch. It is comfortable.  It is custom made to fit. It is durable and lasts for years.  It fully blocks unilateral vision and prevents "peeking", unlike some other smaller patches.  It has helped my son improve his Amblyopia to 20/20 vs 20/25 and we are continuing  to patch in hopes that his eyes will fully equalize."

Sincerely,
Peter Rogers MD author of "The Rogers Diet DVD & audioCD" and of "100 Procedures in Interventional Radiology (Imaging Guided Surgery), Amirsys Co.


Another great place for patching information or to just talk to others with similar situations is the Yahoo lazy eye chat room located at: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/LazyEye/

You can then sign up and chat to others about the difficulties you may be experiencing. Everyone is happy to help so swing on in!


http://www.preventblindness.org/- The Vision Learning Center with excellent forums

A couple very complimentary blogs:

http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/leastofthese/page2/www.mathusee.com

http://lifewithjack2.blogspot.com/2007/12/catching-up.html

http://www.amblyopiakids.com/2009/05/amblyopia-kids-are-framehuggers-fans.html

South Coast Diabetes Association - Helping those on the Southern Oregon coast dealing with diabetes or diabetic related issues.

- online photo gallery.


Words of encouragement

Eye patch reviews from a mom who's tried them all!

How to get a stubborn child to comply to patching

Berenbrinker.de - Okklueasy eye patch distributor in Europe

Barnmedbriller.dk - Okklueasy eye patches in Denmark

Eye Train 4 You - What is the best eye patch for children?

Yahoo Voices - Caring for children with Strabismus or Amblyopia

Eye patching choices

Hall of Fame Moms - eye patch review

Bella Online - Headhuggers Head strap review

Carrots Make You Blind - Head strap review

A Child's Eye - Eyeware for infants to teens

Bjort & Company - The Eye Patch Kids

http://www.amblyopiakids.com - eye patch reviews

http://www.littlefoureyes.com - eye patch reviews

http://www.preventblindness.org - eye patch info

http://www.bjortandcompany.com - eye patching dvd

Mumsnet Forums - by parents for parents 

http://www.miraflex.it/cms/index.php - eye glasses for kids

http://usa.babybanz.com/ - eye glass retainers

http://www.aniridia.org

http://www.givevision.org

http://www.visionconnection.org

http://www.childrenvision.com

http://www.sightandhearing.org

http://www.navh.org

http://www.firesight.org

Council for Refractive Surgery

 


American Academy of Ophthalmology

American Academy of Optometry

American Association For Ophthamlic

Standardized Echography (AAOSE)

American Association for Pediatric

Ophthalmology and Strabismus American

Board of Ophthalmology American Council of the Blind

American Foundation for the Blind

American Optometric Association

American Optometric Association

American Orthoptic Journal

American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

American Society of Ocularists

American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS)

American Society of Retina Specialists

Associated Services for the Blind

Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired

Association for Macular Diseases

Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)

Association for Retinopathy of Prematurity and Related Diseases (ROPARD)

Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry

Association of Vision Science Librarians Blinded Veterans Association

Center for the Partially Sighted

Chroroideremia Research Foundation, Inc. Contact Lens Association of Ophthalmologists (CLAO)

Contact Lens Council

http://www.cclvi.org

http://www.eyes2eyes.com

http://www.macs.org.uk

http://www.optometrists.org/

Just Mommies


Jewish Guild for the Blind

Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology, Inc. (JCAHPO)

Lighthouse International MAB Community Services  

National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments

National Association for Visually Handicapped

National Board of Examiners in Optometry

National Federation of the Blind

National Keratoconus Assistance Foundation (NKCAF)

National Keratoconus Foundation

North American Neuro-Ophthalmology

Society (NANOS)

Ohio Lions Eye Research

Ohio Ophthalmological Society

Ophthalmic Photographers Society, Inc.

Optical Society of America (OSA)

Opticians Association of America

Optometric Physicians Of Washington

Optometrists Network. Pediatric

Keratoplasty Association (PKA).

Prevent Blindness America

Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc. Sight and Hearing Association Unite for Sight

Vision Council of America Vision of Children Foundation Vision International Eye

Missions. International Children's

Anophthalmia Network (ican)

International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairmement

EyeCare America

Foundation Fighting Blindness

Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology

Helen Keller International

Council of Citizens with Low Vision International

Quality Assurance