Monday, June 3, 2013

SPECS4US providing custom frames for children with Down syndrome

SPECS4US was created and founded in 2004 by Maria Dellapina with over 25 years in the optical industry and the mother of a four-year-old with Down syndrome. She saw a definite need for this frame line. After two years of searching for an eyeglass frame to fit her daughter, Erin, Maria decided to use her knowledge as both an optician and mother to help Erin and others like her.

Erin's World™ is the frame line specially designed to fit children with Down syndrome superior to the typical frame. Unlike other frames, the bridge is adjusted to fit on their smaller noses and the temples (some people call them arms) are designed to help keep the glasses from constantly slipping. Erin's World frames are available in a variety of sizes and styles to fit toddlers to adults.

INFO@SPECS4US.COM or CALL 1-800-586-1885

Our Mission:
To improve the sight and quality of life for children with Down syndrome by providing custom frames that fit their unique needs.

SPECS4US has designed a frame specially designed to fit children with Down syndrome. With a pair of Erin’s World frames your child will no longer be constrained from their eyeglasses. They will be able to explore the world freely and clearly without wearing glasses that are too big or are constantly slipping down their nose. These frames are made with your child’s unique needs in mind and solve the problems that regular eyeglasses never could.

"We are so thankful for the people who help us have glasses that are JUST RIGHT for us! Thanks, Specs4Us!" ~ Lisa (Mother)

"Here's our "ballerina" Kiki on her way to our church's Fall Fest. After almost two years of LOVING these glasses, we're ready to buy a bigger pair! Thank you Specs4Us!" ~ Amy (Mother)
"Unlike before, Yzalea can now keep her glasses on, the whole day. Thanks for creating these wonderful frames, specifically made for our kids. Might order a new one soon, as a backup in case something happens to the one she's using right now. Again, thanks a million times." ~ Melissa (Mother)

All frames under patent

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