Family Focus Eyecare in Eldon, Missouri

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Our Eldon location is on Oak Street, 2 blocks north of the post office and between North and High Streets.

Our Address

  • 115 N Oak St
  • Eldon, MO 65026

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Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
  • Thursday: 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
  • Friday: 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
  • Saturday: By Appointment
  • Sunday: By Appointment

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Navigating Eye Exams for Children with Autism

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A trip to the optometrist’s office can be an anxiety-inducing experience for many people, but for children with autism, the challenges can be more upsetting. The sensory sensitivity and unique behavioral variations associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can make eye exams particularly challenging. Understanding Behavioral Variations Children with autism often exhibit behavioral variations that […]

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February 14, 2024
Dr. Joseph Rich

Are Your Headaches Being Caused by Dry Eye?

Dry Eye

You can experience a headache and have dry eye symptoms together. However, this doesn’t mean that your dry eye is causing your headaches.  Dry eye and headaches may have the same trigger or underlying cause. A comprehensive eye exam performed by your eye doctor can help determine why you’re more prone to experiencing dry eye […]

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February 13, 2024
Dr. Joseph Rich

When is it Too Late to Treat Lazy Eye?

Amblyopia

Lazy eye, otherwise known as amblyopia, is a condition that affects approximately 3% of the children population of America. It occurs when the brain fails to recognize the images transmitted from one eye, leading to poor vision or loss of visual acuity in that eye.  Contrary to popular belief, lazy eye is not a result […]

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February 13, 2024
Dr. Joseph Rich

A trip to the optometrist’s office can be an anxiety-inducing experience for many people, but for children with autism, the challenges can be more upsetting. The sensory sensitivity and unique behavioral variations associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can make eye exams particularly challenging. Understanding Behavioral Variations Children with autism often exhibit behavioral variations that […]

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A man suffering from a headache applying pressure to his temples.

You can experience a headache and have dry eye symptoms together. However, this doesn’t mean that your dry eye is causing your headaches.  Dry eye and headaches may have the same trigger or underlying cause. A comprehensive eye exam performed by your eye doctor can help determine why you’re more prone to experiencing dry eye […]

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A young child with strabismus on white background.

Lazy eye, otherwise known as amblyopia, is a condition that affects approximately 3% of the children population of America. It occurs when the brain fails to recognize the images transmitted from one eye, leading to poor vision or loss of visual acuity in that eye.  Contrary to popular belief, lazy eye is not a result […]

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