Vision Screening Referral

If your child was recently screened at school by MEDARVA and failed the vision screening, this indicates a need for further evaluation by an eye doctor.  An eye doctor can determine a diagnosis and may recommend a treatment plan. If a problem is found and corrected, it may help your child do better in his or her school work.

Next Steps:

  • Make an appointment with an optometrist or ophthalmologist¬†
    • Vision impairments in children can occur for many reasons. Early treatment is crucial to prevent permanent vision loss. The eye doctor can determine if and what treatment needs to occur.
    • Make sure the provider you choose will see children. Bring your child’s vision screening results with you.
  • Contact us to let us know the outcome of the exam
    • It is important to us to follow up with the children we screen. Please give us a call at (804) 545-0294 or email us at screening@medarva.com and let us know the outcome of the exam. Our free program can continue if we are making a difference in children’s lives!
  • Call us with any problems, questions, or comments.
    • Need further assistance? We have resources available and we’ll do what we can to help.
    • Our program strives to remove barriers from a child’s education by not stopping at just identifying a potential problem, but by actively engaging the parents, schools, and community resources to ensure any issue is resolved.¬†

     

     

8700 Stony Point Parkway, Suite 100, Richmond, VA

804.545.0294

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