Local Clinics Local Impact
OUR LOCAL VISION CLINICS CREATE LOCAL IMPACT
Many Australians and New Zealanders simply don’t have access to eyecare or can’t afford to travel to an optometrist. So we go to them, and knock down barriers to healthy vision with our vision clinics. Not only do our OneSight clinics provide charitable solutions, we ensure they’re sustainable so we meet both their immediate and long-term vision care needs.
OUR CLINIC LOCATIONS
Our OneSight vision clinics are run across metropolitan and regional Australia and New Zealand in schools and communities. From Midvale in metropolitan WA, to remote community Palm Island in far north QLD, to Huntly in regional NZ, and multiple destinations in between.
Broadening the reach of OneSight, we work in partnership with organisations such as the Salvation Army, Mission Australia and the Benevolent Society. In addition to OneSight vision clinics, we are there to support our customers in times of natural disaster, such as bushfire, flood and earthquake, through the provision of free eye wear.
Each year, OneSight conducts over 100 vision clinics across Australia and New Zealand, impacting over 15,000 people. Above is a snapshot of some of the regions we have serviced.
KIDS HELPED BY LOCAL HERO
AFL Star, Matthew Pavlich joined us at a OneSight Clinic in Armadale, Western Australia. Here we screened the vision of the local school kids checking their distance vision, colour vision and depth perception.
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HELPING MORNINGTON ISLAND SEE
Together with OneSight we serve the Indigenous community of Mornington Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria, QLD. Blindness is 6.2 times* higher for the Indigenous Australian population in comparison to the general Australian community with 95%* of blindness in the Indigenous population preventable or treatable.
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*National Indigenous Eye Health Survey conducted by Vision 2020 Australia, January 2010