CE Test Questions
Fitting the Very Young and Non-Verbal

Exam Questions
1. Every pair of glasses can tell you everything you need to know about fitting after:

    A. 30 seconds
    B. Five to 10 minutes
    C. One hour
    D. Five days
2. The first step to a well-fitting pair of glasses is:

    A. Adjusting the temple
    B. Adjusting the bridge
    C. Polycarbonate lenses
    D. Choosing an appropriate frame
3. When looking for appropriate frames for children, frames are:

    A. Likely to need modification
    B. Likely to stay on
    C. Likely to be the exact size
    D. All the same
4. All of the following modifications may be necessary when fitting children's eyewear except:

    A. Shorten temple length
    B. Change nosepads
    C. Add cable adapters
    D. Gluing in lenses
5. When choosing manufacturers for children's frames, what types of features will make fitting easier?

    A. Many color options
    B. Different temple lengths available
    C. Spring hinges
    D. Cool cases
6. One problematic area for a molded saddle bridge is:

    A. The weight of the frame
    B. The cheeks
    C. Eyelash clearance
    D. There are no problems
7. If frames are too tight on the side of a child's head, the glasses will:

    A. Stay up
    B. Cause headaches
    C. Hurt behind the ears
    D. Interfere with the normal growth of the head
8. If you have a child with a wide head and narrow PD you should:

    A. Look for frames with longer end pieces
    B. Fit them with adult frames
    C. Put on cable adapters
    D. Always use contact lenses
9. When fitting children in wheelchairs that have head rests, you should:

    A. Bend the skull temple tight around the ear
    B. Recommend a sport band
    C. Try an occipital fit
    D. Fit with cable adapters
10. When measuring PDs on a young child, a pupillometer is often not feasible because:

    A. Pupillometers will not measure small enough
    B. Their prescriptions are too strong
    C. Children's frames are too small
    D. The bridge never fits
11. When measuring a bifocal height, first you must:

    A. Dot up the pupil centers
    B. Remove the lenses
    C. Adjust the frame bridge
    D. Get down at their eye level
12. When assessing impressions left on the child after the glasses are removed, you will likely see some marks:

    A. On the nose
    B. Top of the ear
    C. On the nose only
    D. There should be no marks
13. The purpose of having the patient wear the glasses for a while is to:

    A. Have them look around the office for a second pair
    B. Identify pressure points that cannot be seen initially
    C. Get them used to glasses
    D. To check visual acuity
14. If a child pulls their glasses down a little on their nose after you put them on, you should:

    A. Force the child to wear their glasses up
    B. Choose another frame
    C. Move the pad arms down on the frame
    D. Change the size of the pad arms
15. Children with flat wider bridges will do better with what shape nosepad?

    A. Small oval
    B. Round
    C. Square
    D. Saddle bridge
16. How many points do a pair of glasses touch on a face?

    A. Three
    B. Five
    C. Six
    D. Two
17. If a child has normal markings that are symmetrical and lighten up quickly, but are very red:

    A. The glasses are too tight
    B. The child may have sensitive skin
    C. Change the nosepads
    D. Add cable adapters
18. A normal imprint left from the glasses is:

    A. A line coming up the side of the face where the temple sits
    B. A light red mark behind the ear
    C. Light, even marks on the nose the size and shape of the nosepads that lightens quickly
    D. Marks that are dark and do not go away after a nap
19. The final, critical step in adjusting glasses is:

    A. Cleaning instructions
    B. Gluing the cable adapters
    C. Educating the parents
    D. Giving a prize
20. When fitting glasses for a little one, it's best to:

    A. Ask the child how they feel
    B. Not disturb the child by adjusting the glasses
    C. Be investigative and observe the child
    D. Put a strap on the glasses to keep them on

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
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