Chatham-Nauset Lions Learn About Spot Vision Screener

Device helps detect vision issues on patients of all ages
Bernie Cropsey, president of the Chatham-Nauset Lions Club and Jane Otis, zone chair of Lions District 33S examine the Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screener (Lions Club photo)

At a recent dinner meeting of the Chatham-Nauset Lions Club held at the Sheraton Four Points in Eastham, Jane Otis, zone chair of district 33S, was the guest speaker.  She spoke about and demonstrated the Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screener.

It is a handheld, portable device designed to help users quickly and easily detect vision issues on patients from 6 months of age through adulthood.  It is used to quickly screen the vision of many patients and is especially helpful at schools. 

 


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