Veterans may receive free vision consults – Journal Record

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November 15, 2021 0
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma veterans with vision challenges nay receive free consultations, visual-assistance device demonstrations and more during an event Wednesday planned by NewView Oklahoma with Boeing.
The event, slated from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at Boeing’s Oklahoma City location, 6001 S. Air Depot Blvd, via the SE 59th Street entrance, was planned to provide on-site consults and more for vets, including vouchers for free eye care services at NewView Oklahoma’s clinic for those who qualify. Veterans will also receive a grab-and-go lunch and special thank-you gifts while supplies last, courtesy of Boeing.
“If you’ve been visually struggling to recognize faces or just having a hard time reading your prescription bottle or the newspaper, this event is for you,” said NewView Oklahoma board member retired Brig. Gen. Ben Robinson.
The event is free and open to any veteran experiencing vision challenges, as well as spouses and caregivers. It’s being presented with support of the Dale K. Graham Veterans Foundation and Embark.
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