The OneSight Vision Center at Oyler School
Children who see better, learn better. The OneSight Vision Center at Oyler School provides year-round access to affordable, high-quality vision care for 3,000 students annually.
Eighty percent of what children learn is visual. Yet one in four students in North America has an undetected vision problem. In Ohio, it is estimated that only one in seven kindergartners has an eye exam prior to entering school. For too many children, poor vision results in poor academic performance, low self-esteem and unrealized potential. Bridging this vision care gap is critical to our children’s success.
The OneSight Vision Center at Oyler School will shorten the time between diagnosis and treatment. Now students who fail a vision screening will have access to the vision care services they need to transform how they see their world and their future.
Operated by the Cincinnati Health Department, the Vision Center will provide access to comprehensive vision care. The center’s staff will include a full-time optometrist, ophthalmic technician and optician. This full-service facility will provide:
- Eye exams
- Fittings and adjustments
- Medical eye care
- Vision therapy
Hear from students helped at the OneSight Vision Center at Oyler School.
This breakthrough facility was developed through a public - private partnership dedicated to helping Cincinnati students see their future.
How to Participate
Through 2012, the Vision Center will serve Oyler School students only.
In 2013, the Vision Center will open up to all Cincinnati Public Schools students in need. Stay tuned for more information.
OneSight Vision Center at Oyler School
2121 Hatmaker Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45204