The Lions of District 4-C1 work with the Pediavion Spot Vision Camera that is the latest technology in eye screening cameras. Lions all over District 4-C1 have been conducting Vision Screening at Schools, Events & Fairs. If you are recommended, the LIONS conducting the screening will print you a referal slip that you can take to any eye doctor.
Spot is powered by sophisticated technology that quickly detects the indication of the following vision issues:
- Near-sightedness (myopia)
- Far-sightedness (hyperopia)
- Unequal refractive power (anisometropia)
- Blurred vision, eye structure problem (astigmatism)
- Pupil size deviations (anisocoria)
- Eye misalignment (strabismus)
In just seconds, Spot provides a comprehensive, reliable analysis that enables informed decision makingabout the need for follow-up diagnosis.
A vision screening is designed to check eyesight, or sharpness of vision. Sharpness of vision, or visual acuity, is recorded as a fraction, e.g., 20/20. This means that a person can read a line of type standing 20 feet (or six meters) from an eye chart. A vision screening is done to separate those with and without possible vision problems. Vision screening results may indicate a potential need for further assessment. A vision screening is not a substitute for a complete eye and vision evaluation by an eye doctor.