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At a January 27th press conference, the National Eye Institute announced the results of the "Vision in Preschoolers – Hyperopia in Preschoolers's study."
The results show that uncorrected hyperopia has a negative impact on reading ability in that age group.
NECO's participation in the multi-center investigation was led by Dr. Bruce Moore, Principal Investigator. The clinical investigators were Drs. Catherine Johnson, Stacy Lyons and Nicole Quinn; the special education consultant was Marcia Feist-Moore; and the study coordinator was Renee Mills.
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New England Eye Participates in Holiday Celebration for Homeless Families
While the weather outside may have been windy and cold, the atmosphere inside the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center this past Sunday was festive and warm. There was a buzz in the air as 4,500 children and 1,500 adults came together on December 20, 2015 to celebrate Christmas in the City. The participants, all from local area shelters and temporary housing, enjoyed a holiday party complete with a visit from Santa and gifts donated by the community. Faculty, staff, and students from New England College of Optometry, and its clinical affiliate, New England Eye volunteered their time to participate in this annual event.
Christmas in the City, a yearly event started in 1987 by Jake and Sparky Kennedy, is aimed at providing a wonderful experience to homeless families during the holiday season to alleviate the impact of homelessness. Each year, a staff of area volunteers provides lunch, entertainment, and a visit and gift from Santa. The event also includes playground activities with an indoor amusement park, aptly named “Winter Wonderland,” providing carnival attractions and pony rides!
In addition to the festivities, local service providers offered haircuts, dental cleanings, and vision screenings. New England Eye’s On-Sight Mobile Clinic was on hand to provide vision screenings to participants. Dr. Gary Chu, Dr. Armina Raeisian, Dr. Vinh Vu, and 4th year students Melanie Hennenfent and Jiayi Zhou provided vision screenings. They were joined at the event by Ina Carducci from New England Eye and On-Sight driver Ed Braverman.
The event was also attended by Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, who stopped by the van to see the good work being done by New England Eye. Thanks to all the individuals who volunteered their time and effort to make this event a great success.
Read more about the event in the Boston Globe article or on the Christmas in the City website.
Dr. Laudon Presents Eye Care Podcasts on Macular Degeneration
Dr. Richard Laudon interviews Dr. Lou Frank and Dr. Nicole Ross in two installments on URBN
Dr. Richard Laudon, Associate Professor at New England College of Optometry (NECO) and Associate Director at New England Eye Commonwealth, has served in many capacities during his forty years of service. In addition to his work seeing patients and mentoring students at New England Eye Commonwealth, Dr. Laudon hosts a radio podcast on URBN (UR Business Network) called “An Eye on Health.” He also hosts another program, “An Eye on Investing,” which focus specifically on investing, his other passion when he is not in the clinic. Dr. Laudon is Past President of the Boston Chapter of the American Association of Individual Investors and was Coordinator of their Mutual Fund Special Interest Group (SIG) for over eight years.
In his last two installments for “An Eye on Health,” Dr. Laudon interviewed Dr. Lou Frank, and Dr. Nicole Ross about Macular Degeneration. This two part series looks at modifications for examinations and the utilization of vision enhancement devices and techniques for patients with Macular Degenerations and other eye diseases who experience visual limitations.
Listen to the interview with Drs. Laudon, Ross, and Frank.
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