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Tennessee Lions Vision Screening

 

It is estimated that three percent of Tennessee's 1.2 million children have some type of eye problem other than a need for glasses.

The Tennessee Lions Eye Center, with the help of the Lions Club members across the state of Tennessee, has an Outreach Program that provides free vision screening to identify children with eye problems.

Parents

Learn about our vision-screening program and how to schedule a screening for your child.

Partnership

Get details on the development and funding of the Outreach Program.

What makes us unique?

The Tennessee Lions Outreach Program offers complete vision screening and follow-up.

Volunteers

Get involved in the vision-screening process. Meet some of our wonderful Lions Volunteers. Visit this section for upcoming training sessions.

Research

For more technical information, view abstracts and publications on the TLEC vision-screening program.


Last Edited: August 26, 2016
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