Delivering Postural Flexibility for the PAL Wearer
Pete Hanlin, ABOM
Release Date: October 24, 2020
Expiration Date: May 30, 2022
Participants will learn about
- Digital Life and Postural Constraints
- What made Varilux Comfort Max possible
- Unique Flex Optim™ Technology
- Real wearer approved innovation
- Your new range of Varilux® lenses
It is a fact - people are spending more time in front of digital devices than ever before. Increasingly digital lifestyles often dictate that PAL wearers adopt rigid, uncomfortable postures in their daily lives. New Varilux® Comfort Max lenses adapt to the wearer's natural posture, delivering the 20/Happy vision they desire and providing postural flexibility for all-day-long vision comfort. In this online, ABO-earning course, you will learn how Varilux Comfort Max lenses will help you elevate your mid-range progressive offering, bring new patients into the category with a lens preferred by 9/10 new PAL wearers*, and drive better patient retention.
Pete Hanlin is a master optician and an industry veteran who has worked in the optical industry since 1989. He has held various roles in his tenure with Essilor of America since 2002. He is currently the Senior Director of Professional Services and Optical Operations. Designated as a Master Optician by the American Board of Opticianry, Pete serves as a delegate to the Vision Council and as an industry representative to the ANSI Z80 board. He is a graduate of Lee University and resides in Hickory Creek, TX.
This course is approved for one (1) hour of CE credit the American Board of Opticianry (ABO). One hour, Ophthalmic Level 2, Course STWJHI028-2
This course is supported by an educational grant from ESSILOR
This course has multiple parts.
Please download and read the PDF version, watch the video presentation, download and review any of the resources that are part of the resources tab. For the final steps review the questions for the test and take the test. Results are automatically sent to the ABO and your ABO account will be updated.