Optic World Exclusive Assists With Eye Tests & Provides Free Glasses

  • 26 Apr 2024 8:07 AM
Optic World Exclusive Assists With Eye Tests & Provides Free Glasses
Optic World Exclusive is assisting adults with mental disabilities who live in residential homes operated by the Lámpás '92 Foundation. Specialists are offering free eye tests and providing glasses to those who need them.

On December 5, special guests arrived at the Optic World Exclusive store, located in a shopping centre in Dunakeszi: three mental disabled adults accompanied by the well-known radio presenter Feri Rákóczi.

They were the first from among the approximately 100 individuals to have their eyes examined by the optometrist of the retail chain, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with its 60 stores nationwide. Based on the free examinations, some visitors were found to need new glasses, and Optic World Exclusive provided these free of charge.

In the next phase, in January and February 2024, employees of the company visited several residential homes of the Lámpás '92 Foundation - in Valkó, Göd, and Csömör - to examine the vision of adults with learning difficulties, living there on site. Those in need of new glasses will receive them free of charge from Optic World Exclusive.

Many residents of the Lámpás'92 Foundation's residential homes craft handmade products and jewellery. In order to carry out this work, it is important for them to see what they are working on, and thanks to the initiative of Optic World Exclusive, there will be no problem with this in the coming period.

Feri Rákóczi has long been committed to supporting people assisted by the Lámpás'92 Foundation.

"I've been trying to support the foundation's work for a little over 10 years now, and during this time, I've grown close to the “little Lanterns”. Since birth, I've needed to wear glasses myself, so I can fully empathize with how much easier life is with proper vision correction equipment. We especially appreciate the help given by those who make the daily lives of people being cared for more comfortable. We are very grateful for the assistance of Optic World Exclusive!

"We believe that good vision is everyone's right, and we are very pleased to be able to help those living in the Lámpás '92 Foundation's residential homes. We are aware of how important these people’s work is to them, and we are proud that our initiative creates opportunities for them to continue their creative activities happily and with good vision well into the future," said Ivóna Terdik-Isai, marketing manager of Optic World Exclusive, talking about the program.

The Hungarian family-owned optical retail chain has a particularly large product portfolio of corrective glasses and sunglasses in Hungary. The business, which employs more than 300 people, continuously strives for development. In line with this goal, it renovated its store in the Aréna Mall this year, where customers are welcomed in larger premises which showcase a special section of exclusive-brand eyewear.


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