RealEyes is an educational program offered through the Ohio Optometric Association.
Our Doctors visit schools and educate children from Kindergarten through high school about their eyes and eye exams through fun activities and demonstrations.
If you are interested in a presentation contact our office (419) 334-8121 or for more information click here
Each year the Eye Centers of Northwest Ohio proudly participates in the Walk to School initiative with Gibsonburg Schools. This event first held in 1997 has grown into a movement. We love to interact with the kids and watch all the kids with their teachers and parents.
It’s a very festive environment that brings out many groups and organizations. We have been privileged to witness members of the local fire department give tours of their trucks, Fremont Promedica Hospital team leaders putting the children through basic exercises and the Red Cross passing out helpful information.
Using a corn hole board we like to teach the kids the difference between binocular and monocular vision. It’s a fun and interactive way to show them some of the neat things the eyes can do.
If you are a member of Golden Threads at Fremont Promedica Hospital then you know all about the Health Fair held annually at Ole Zimms’ Wagon Shed in Gibsonburg. This event draws over 300 seniors annually and presents topics important to them. We have been proud to be a sponsor of this event for the last few years. We look forward to seeing you there in May.
We also enjoy meeting everyone at the Fostoria Promedica Health Fair at Stacy’s Place. This event is open to the public and is also held in May every year. Stop by our booth and meet with some of our staff.
One of the things we love to do is educate others about eye health and safety. Dr. Kolodziejczyk often speaks to employees at companies around Ohio, educating them about eye health, eye care and eye safety.
If you are interested in having one of our physicians speak to your group contact our office, (419)334-8121