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Here’s a Convincing Metaphor for Parents Who Won’t Update Their Child’s Prescription

A child’s feet change over time; why wouldn’t their eyes?

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Here’s a Convincing Metaphor for Parents Who Won’t Update Their Child’s Prescription

If his foot grows do you keep him in the same size shoe?

Why say it? With parents who feel changing a child’s prescription is what makes their vision worse. — Cynthia Sayers, OD, Eyeshop Optical Center, Lewis Center, OH

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