My friend Mandie at Taking Time for Mommy is having a giveaway for a pair of designer sunglasses!! Read her family’s story about vision insurance and then enter to win!!
Recently my daughter was having problems seeing her sheet music in orchestra so we knew she needed to get an eye exam. The eye exams at school aren’t enough so we took her to the eye doctor.
Yep, she needed glasses and we learned that annual eye exams are important to your overall health. They allow eye doctors to detect early signs of chronic health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, among others. Parents should take their children to the eye doctor for a comprehensive eye exam starting as young as six months old, then again at three years old, before kindergarten and every year after that. Common signs of vision problems include squinting, head tilting, avoiding “close work,” trouble focusing, continuous rubbing of eyes and headaches.
- 1 in 4 children has an undetected vision condition that can negatively impact learning.
What are the benefits of enrolling in vision insurance?
Check out VSP Vision Care (VSP), the largest national not-for-profit in vision care. VSP Vision Care reinvests in the things its nearly 66 million members value most – the best care at the lowest out-of-pocket costs. With a network of 30,000 eye care providers, VSP members have the freedom to choose the provider, location and eyewear that’s right for them. It’s easy to see why VSP is consumers’ #1 choice in vision care.
Benefits of Enrolling in VSP
- Keep your eyes healthy with highly credentialed doctors who provide the most thorough exams
- Save money – the average VSP member saves approximately $320 each year with vision insurance!
- Get access to great eyewear – more than two dozen brands and hundreds of styles to choose from!
SeeMuchMore.com (www.seemuchmore.com) is a one-stop site for all the information you need about enrolling in vision benefits. The site includes a virtual savings calculator to estimate your savings with VSP vision benefits. There is also helpful information about maintaining healthy vision that can be found at the Learn About Your Eyes section of the site. You can even play an interactive game for a chance to win prizes.
Please take a moment and check out the following resources:
Protect your family’s vision page
Myth busters for eye health PDF
Kids’ Eye Healthy Index
Our eyes should be one of our top priorities. Please take a few moments to educate yourself on the facts, and learn more about enrolling in a vision insurance program today.
VSP is sponsoring a Giveaway. One lucky winner will receive a pair of designer sunglasses.
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