Do you have a child who is short-sighted, or think they may become short-sighted in the future?
Staff at the University of Bradford want to hear your (and your children’s) views on short-sightedness and the new ways we can manage it. We have an online discussion group running on Tuesday 29th November 6:30-8:30pm, which will give you information about what short-sightedness is, why it happens, and what methods can be used to stop it getting worse. The discussion group is currently only open to UK residents and includes children up to the age of 18. If interested, please follow this link:
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#Parents of a child who is #shortsighted - @UniofBradford want to hear your views on #myopia. Online discussion group Tues 29th Nov. For info & participation: https://forms.office.com/r/QqxRpZzdbD or firstname.lastname@example.org.