CE Test Questions
Kid's Kases - Practical Solutions

Exam Questions
1. When assessing the prescription requirements of a child, the optician should

    A. Identify any fitting limitation(s)
    B. Develop a plan
    C. Speak to the prescribing doctor to determine a diagnosis
    D. A and B
2. A fitting plan is based on

    A. Fitting limitations
    B. Probable diagnosis
    C. Frame and lens requirements
    D. All the above
3. The ultimate goal in fitting a child is

    A. Making the sale
    B. Fitting the child with the most appropriate frame & lens
    C. Getting the child to wear the glasses
    D. All the above
4. Children will wear glasses because

    A. Their parents are motivated by knowledge
    B. The parents insist the glasses be worn
    C. A and B
    D. None of the above
5. For children whose primary fitting limitation is lens color,

    A. All other fitting needs revolve around the color of the lens
    B. The probable diagnosis is irrelevant
    C. Cosmetic appearance is always compromised
    D. Compliance is arbitrary
6. Fitting Christopher with glasses requires

    A. Selecting a frame that is as safe as possible
    B. Selecting a frame with spring hinges
    C. Selecting a sturdy metal frame
    D. All the above
7. Christopher's lenses should

    A. Be aspheric polycarbonate
    B. Have a standard Hide-a-Bevel
    C. Have a wider than normal safety bevel
    D. A and C
8. For Christopher, compliance will not be as great an issue

    A. If he feels involved in selecting the frame
    B. Because he will see better with the glasses
    C. Because the glasses will improve the quality of his life
    D. All the above
9. Treacher Collins Syndrome

    A. Affects the entire body
    B. Is a type of Facial Difference
    C. Affects intelligence
    D. Cannot be inherited
10. Michael's appearance will be improved

    A. Only with multiple surgeries
    B. Because eyeglasses add symmetry to his misaligned features
    C. By the use of color in his eyewear
    D. B and C
11. For parents of children with Facial Difference their emotions

    A. May be an issue
    B. Are not an issue
    C. May be expressed as anger or frustration
    D. A and C
12. To help the parents, the optician should

    A. Be caring and respectful
    B. Be realistic with expectations
    C. Treat the dispensing process as commonplace
    D. All the above
13. Lens choices for Michael are limited to

    A. Polycarbonate
    B. CR-39
    C. Trivex
    D. A and C
14. For children with Facial Difference, the shape of the frame should

    A. Add symmetry
    B. Add balance
    C. Make the face look as oval as possible
    D. All the above
15. Some techniques to alter the appearance of the nose involve

    A. Use of color
    B. Distance between nasal eyewires
    C. Height of the bridge
    D. All the above
16. Which statement does not accurately describe working with children who have a Facial Difference?

    A. Compliance can be less of an issue as glasses often improve the child's appearance.
    B. When selecting frames, standing back a few feet may help gain cosmetic perspective.
    C. Due to decreased mental capacity, frame selection will be up to the parents.
    D. Children with Treacher Collins Syndrome can be fitted with prescription eyeglasses, even if they use a bone-conducting hearing ai
17. The issues affecting the service provided to Melanie are

    A. The child's poor attitude and conduct
    B. Practice liability
    C. Parents lack of information
    D. B and C
18. Children often object to wearing sport glasses because

    A. The way they look
    B. The way they feel
    C. The other children aren't wearing them
    D. All the above
19. More children will want sport glasses if

    A. They are given as a gift
    B. They have photosensitive lenses
    C. They are mandated by parents
    D. Their use is voluntary
20. To best serve the needs of all children, opticians should

    A. Be able to recognize major fitting limitations
    B. Be innovative
    C. Use a systematic approach
    D. All the above

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. Related to your practice needs?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
23. Will help you improve patient care?

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

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

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
26. Would you like to receive an Ohio Certificate in addition to ABO?

    A. Yes
    B. No
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