CE Test Questions
The Care and Feeding of Parents, Now That Their Child Needs Glasses

Exam Questions
1. Almost nine out of 10 survey respondents said that _________ needed to provide advanced lens technology.

    A. Frame and lens manufacturers
    B. Managed vision care
    C. The AOA
    D. The optician
2. Comfortable children's eyewear includes all the following except:

    A. Impact resistance
    B. Bridge design that fits
    C. Low specific gravity material
    D. Strong and stable frame
3. From the survey results, all of the following were preferred lens considerations except:

    A. Light weight
    B. Price
    C. Impact and UV protection
    D. Clearest vision
4. The laboratory is responsible for:

    A. Spherical prescription within tolerance
    B. A great website
    C. Occasional training
    D. Excellence in finishing
5. All of the following help to remove price and insurance coverage bias except:

    A. Teaching frame qualities
    B. Lens differences
    C. Eyeglass websites
    D. Taking time to explain
6. All of the following determine the final weight of lenses except:

    A. Index of refraction
    B. Impact resistance
    C. Specific gravity
    D. Abbe value
7. All of the following promote children's vision and health except:

    A. Engage parents
    B. Consider parents gatekeepers for eye doctor visits
    C. Nothing is needed, the optical industry does enough now
    D. Help create habits
8. Safe children's eyewear has all of the following except:

    A. Extra impact resistance
    B. Scratch coat
    C. Spring hinges
    D. 100 percent UV absorption
9. Children using electronic devices for extended periods of time causes:

    A. Digital eyestrain
    B. Relaxed accommodation
    C. Improved convergence
    D. Induced astigmatism
10. A new lens design technique to reduce accommodative stress is to ________ to the lower lens portion.

    A. Over plus the distance Rx
    B. Add a small amount of minus power
    C. Order aspheric lenses
    D. Add a small amount of plus power
11. What percent of parents surveyed felt their eyecare professional could have done more to teach their child about the proper way to care for their eyeglasses?

    A. 21 percent
    B. 41 percent
    C. 59 percent
    D. 69 percent
12. All of the following demonstrate social responsibility except:

    A. Buying group membership
    B. Seminars at parent/teacher meetings
    C. InfantSee participation
    D. Lens care for kids, Facebook posts
13. Consider changing the current AR to one that _________ to protect young eyes from close use of tablets and smartphones.

    A. Attenuates UV
    B. Attenuates harmful short wavelength blue light
    C. Absorbs infrared wavelengths
    D. Reflects the long wavelength blue
14. Two things in which parents felt ECPs could do a better job teaching are:

    A. Lens options, lens treatments
    B. Lens treatments, lens care
    C. Frame choice, lens treatments
    D. Lens options, lens care
15. Suggest that parents check their children's new glasses performance, adjustment and lens care every:

    A. Three months
    B. Six months
    C. Once a year
    D. Once every two years
16. All of the following maximize a lens' overall clarity except:

    A. Adding AR coatings
    B. Digital optimizing
    C. Higher Abbe
    D. A higher specific gravity
17. All things being equal (Rx, lens design, decentration, AR included) lens materials with _______ Abbe provide clearer lens peripheries.

    A. Higher
    B. Lower
    C. Same
    D. B and C
18. The reason that Trivex material makes especially light lenses is the combination of:

    A. Thinner centers, specific gravity and Abbe
    B. Thinner centers, specific gravity and index
    C. 2-mm centers, specific gravity and notch sensitivity
    D. Increased impact resistance and Abbe value
19. The best way to have children's frames readjusted is:

    A. Teach parents simple adjustments
    B. Visit online eyewear sellers
    C. Stop by the office as soon as needed
    D. Teach kids simple adjustments
20. The three most important characteristics of children's eyewear are:

    A. Safe, clear and comfortable
    B. Impact resistant, aspheric and high-index
    C. Free-form, scratch coated and polarized
    D. AR, atoric and anti-fog

Evaluation Questions

21. In questions 21-25 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
24. How were you directed to this course?

    A. 2020mag.com
    B. OAA Website
    C. NYSSO Website
    D. Ohio Opticians Website
    E. Other
25. Please describe the office in which you work.

    A. Independent Optician
    B. Independent Optometry
    C. Chain retail
    D. HMO/Military/Other
26. Comments on this program: