by Step To Eye Care For All
- Review our website and discuss the
Vision Station project within your organization.
and return the Vision Station guidelines and partnership agreement.
and return the EyePunk guidelines and partnership agreement.
- Return all clinic information for web posting and a desired site link image if your organization has a webpage. (ie. Name of clinic, hours, location, etc.)
a space where vision services can be provided. Take a look at these scenarios: Vision Clinic Models
- Decide what
hours and days the Vision Station will be open. Consider how many
people will be needed to staff the Vision Station during those
the staff or volunteers who will work at the Vision Station.
- Arrange for
those individuals to attend an InFOCUS WORKSHOP or take our online course (a future option).
- Decide what
materials, equipment, and supplies are needed. You can start really basic or invest in the future of your clinic from the beginning.
- Develop a
list of eye doctors in your area. Send a letter to doctors asking
them to accept referrals from your Vision Station (a sample letter
is provided). We suggest you consider helping us expand our VISION PASS PROGRAM.
- How can I or my organization sponsor a Vision Pass for those in need?
Please contact Diane Baker at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or PH: 281-398-7525
- If a doctor
says "yes," ask the doctor to complete and return the
"Participating Professional Questionnaire." A personal
visit is recommended. Provide the doctor with the Eye Examination
Report forms, the Visual Compassion Prescription Order Form and ordering procedures from EyePunk.com; these should
be completed and returned to the Vision Station for each patient
seen. (note: ALL GLASSES WILL BE DISPENSED AT VISION STATIONS ONLY; doctors will not be responsible for this process)
- Compile these
completed questionnaires to use when referring patients to doctors. Also use our link: PARTNERING EYE DOCTORS.
- Review the ordering process at InFOCUS prescription glasses.
- Decide which frames you would like to provide and order them for your clinic. Please contact Diane Baker at:
email@example.com or PH: 281-398-7525.
Get the word
the opening of the Vision Station in the community. Post fliers
at grocery stores and washaterias, contact local newspapers and
media, distribute fliers at schools and community meetings. (Please
send copies of publicity to InFOCUS.)
to your Vision Station!
Please remember that any purchase (glasses/contacts) from EyePunk.com creates jobs and job training for those in rehabilitation systems and individuals with felony records. Together we can help others with a fresh start by RECYCLING THE MONEY while supplying your visual needs.
Record the progress of each patient
and keep on file a Vision Station Patient Record Form for each
patient. (This will be going online soon)
- If the patient
needs to be referred to an eye doctor, discuss the fees and hours
offered by the doctors working with your vision station. Consider
whether bilingual services are needed.
- Ask the patient
which doctor (possibly one that is not on the list) s/he wants
to see. Make a note of this on the Patient Record Form. Offer
directions or suggestions about transportation.
- Make a copy
of the Patient Record Form for the patient; fax the Patient Record
Form to the doctor.
- If the patient
may need eyeglasses, measurements and frame selection may be done
at this time. Record the information on the Visual Compassion Prescription Order Form and keep it on file. If the patient obtains a prescription,
you will be ready to send the order to the optical company. Send a copy of this form with the patient incase they wish to order online later. Please review the Eyepunk ordering process with them.
- If glasses
are prescribed, the doctor may fax the prescription to the Vision
Station or the patient may bring it to you. Complete the Visual Compassion Prescription Order Form, and either fax it to 281-516-3113 with
the patientís prescription or order directly through EyePunk.com .The doctor and/or patient can order their glasses directly from EyePunk.com if they have their optical measurements.
Record the activities of your Vision Station
- Keep track
of patients and services on the Activity Record for Monthly Report.
- Prepare a
new Activity Record for each date on which services are provided.
- At the end
of the month, fax, e-mail or mail all of the Activity Records
for that month to InFOCUS.
Acknowledge Vision Station Partners
participation of everyone involved in this community eye care initiative,
including patients, eye doctors, volunteers, staff and others in
your congregation or neighborhood.
Return all information for web posting and a desired site link image if your organization has a webpage. (ie. Name of clinic, hours, location, etc.) We have several list and categories: (FUTURE LINK)