The OPSM Kids app is a free tool that helps you get a better understanding of your child’s eye health.
Included is a story that allows you to screen your child’s vision, but you can also book an OPSM eye test or find your nearest store.
Penny The Pirate, is a story that you can read to your child and use to check their eye health at the same time. This will help you discover whether they may benefit from an eye test. Please note you will need an accompanying kit to complete these screenings which is free to order or can be picked up at any OPSM store.
This app is the first step in you understanding your child’s vision, but it does not replace a full eye test. If you have any concerns about your child’s eye health, please contact your local OPSM store.
It’s crucial that you read the parent instructions provided in the app before you start, to ensure you conduct the screenings properly for your child.
For more information about this app, please visit opsm.com.au/penny.
Fix the issue that users can not see accept button on the disclaimer screen
Ratings and Reviews
I did this test on 2 of my children. The results that they said we got were actually different to what actually happened and surprise surprise they suggested that we make an appointment to go.
It is a gimmick that filled in 20 mins of school holidays but totally unreliable as an actual eye test. A bit disappointing...
No I accept button for terms and conditions, which means I can't use the app. Disappointed that this hasn't been fixed, looking at other reviews this has been happening for sometime now.
Penny the pirate
The accept button works now and I can reach the first page of the story. There is no arrow (as shown in instruction video) to progress to page 2. Tried everything. Doesn't work.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.