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Down Syndrome Awareness Month
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Spectacle frames these days tend to be all designed and produced in the same way. They have a particular standard set of dimensions that fit most of the population. To try and keep costs as low as possible many spectacle frames are mass-produced in factories on large production lines. For the frame designers the only way to do that and maximise their profits is by churning out thousands of generic, inflexible, middle-of-the-road frames.
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Specs4Us: Cheery Eyewear For Children With Down Syndrome
The business caters to kids with Down syndrome or other special needs, who have unique facial features, and was inspired by her own year-old daughter Erin who has Down syndrome. There, she was honored as the recipient of Toyota's Mothers of Invention grant to continue her work, giving back to the community through entrepreneurship and innovation. More than 60 percent of children with Down syndrome have vision problems, according to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. However, because many people with the disorder have flattened faces, particularly the bridge of their noses, it's difficult to find frames that fit.
Erin has Down Syndrome, and Dellapina, who had been a frame buyer and optician, figured she could easily source the smallest, cutest glasses for her toddler. Of the approximately 6, children born in the U. The glasses that are available are uncomfortable, uncool, and, since the optical center tends to be off, not very helpful, vision-wise. Since she was already familiar with optics and frame design, Dellapina started sketching out alternatives. Business spread, predominantly through word-of-mouth recommendations.