Meet our Patchers

Meet Mason πŸ‘

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Mason is 3 years old and just embarked on his vision journey with Speckles. Despite his recent diagnosis of long-sightedness, Astigmatism, Esotropia AND Amblyopia, Mason tackles each day with a spirit of resilience and joy! πŸ’ͺ😊

Meet Beauden πŸ‘

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Beauden is 5 years old, he has been wearing patches for 1 month now, after being diagnosed with Amblyopia and Esotropia (a condition where one or both eyes turn inwards). His mum, Kaela said "In the beginning, he was not happy about having to wear the patch as he wouldn't look "cool"...

Meet Mia πŸ‘

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Mia is four years old and only just started patching in August this year! Her parents noticed both of her eyes were starting to turn in just before her third birthday and after a trip to an eye specialist, she was diagnosed with accommodative esotropia and amblyopia. She has been wearing glasses...

Meet Ronan πŸ‘

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Ronan is nearly two and has just started his patching journey after being diagnosed with Amblyopia at only 20 months old. He bravely wears his eye patch for an hour a day to help his curious eye grow strong, usually during the hustle and bustle of dropping off his siblings at school.

Meet Penelope πŸ‘

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At just 3 years old, Penelope is rocking her patching journey like a true champ! She embraces the joy of patching her right eye, helping her curious eye grow strong. πŸ’ͺ Her mum, Melissa said "We love the eye patches. My daughter gets excited to put them on each day, and some...

Meet Hunter πŸ‘

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Hunter is 7 years old and embarked on his patching journey last November after a routine optometrist visit revealed Amblyopia in his left eye and hyperopia (far-sightedness).

Meet Huon πŸ‘

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Huon is 5 years old and has been on his patching journey for almost 5 months after being diagnosed with Amblyopia and Esotropia (a condition where the eye turns inward) in his right eye.