New England College of Optometry (NECO) operates a mobile eye clinic which travels throughout Massachusetts with a licensed pediatric optometrist or low vision specialist on board. The mobile clinic provides access to vision care by delivering services at elder housing sites, senior centers, preschools, and schools in rural and urban communities. The NECO Mobile Eye Clinic will provide eye exams, eyeglasses, case management, and low vision rehabilitation to children and adults directly on site through the pediatric and low vision programs.
- Pediatric Program: Paulette Tattersall, Pediatric Program Director, phone: 617-587-5700, email: email@example.com
- Low Vision Program: Kellie Cuadrado, phone: 617-396-8587, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For specific information about the NECO Mobile Eye Clinic, contact MobileClinic@neco.edu or 617-587-5700.
The NECO Mobile Eye Clinic travels to schools, pre-schools, and children’s centers where staff perform an eye exam consistent with the standard of care within the Boston academic eye-care community.
In partnership with the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, the NECO Mobile Eye Clinic provides low vision services throughout the state.
We've compiled a list of frequently asked questions about the pediatric and low vision programs on the mobile clinic.
View our online calendars to see where the NECO Mobile Eye Clinic will travel next for the pediatric and low vision programs.
As a non-profit organization, New England College of Optometry relies on the generosity of grants and fundraising efforts. To provide a gift to New England College of Optometry and/or New England College of Optometry Center for Eye Care, visit the giving section on the College's website, http://www.neco.edu/giving/
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