Our staff and doctors find great value in giving back to our community, both locally and globally.
Take note of a few partnerships that have been meaningful to us.
In 2018, we donated & gave back to our community:
eye exam vouchers and free eyeglasses to those in need in the community.
children received vision screenings to evaluate their ability to see clear as well as their eye health.
Financial support funds outreach to people at highest risk of vision loss. They directly support quality vision screenings for preschool and school-aged children and provide access to professional eye care for low-income families around the country.
InfantSEE® a public health program, managed by Optometry Cares® – the AOA Foundation, is designed to ensure that eye and vision care becomes an essential part of infant wellness care to improve a child’s quality of life. Under this program, participating optometrists provide a comprehensive infant eye assessment between 6 and 12 months of age as a no-cost public service. Please visit infantsee.org to learn more about the program.
Diabetic Eye Exams Are Performed Each Year.
Donated Eye Examinations To Missionaries
The Pennsylvania Diabetic Health Alliance: The Pennsylvania Diabetic Eye Health Alliance (PDEHA) is a program designed to target known public health concerns surrounding the care of diabetics. It specifically addresses the optometric evaluation of the diabetic patient and disease management issues such as timeliness, accessibility of care, professional communication, quality management, delivery system cost efficiencies, and clinical outcomes. This program and its participating health care professionals will devote serious and sustained effort to deliver comprehensive and expedient diabetic eye care and intercommunicate the information to all those involved in the patient’s care.
Dr. Wolfram and Dr. Jonathan Andrews travel together bi-annually to provide vision care for missionary families and children in need.