321 S. Henderson Street Fort Worth, Texas 76104 817.529.9928 | Child Vision Center
With the help of generous benefactors who believe in and share the values of the Child Vision Center, we can make world-class eye care available to all children in the Tarrant County region. Our fundraising goal of $5 million will bring this dream to fruition. Please consider becoming a part of this legacy of excellence in pediatric eye care for generations to come.
The Child Vision Center is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law.
Any donation is greatly appreciated. If you are interested in sponsorships or the following naming opportunities, please contact Karl Henson at 817.529.9941 or KHenson@PediatricEyes.com.
Child Vision Center
Endowed Research Chairs (2)
RetCam Shuttle Wide Field*
Detects and documents retinopathy of prematurity, as well as retinal bleeding in child abuse cases.
Heidelberg Spectralis Ocular Coherence Tomography*
Documents cross-sectional microscopic disease changes in the optic nerves and retina.
Diagnosys Electroretinogram (ERG) and Spatial Sweep Visual Evoked Potential (SSVEP)*
Enables diagnosis of genetic retinal disease, such as retinitis pigmentosa or Leber’s congenital amaurosis. Provides computerized assessment of vision in preverbal and nonverbal children.
Canon Fundus Camera with EyeCap Capture Software*
Photographs retinal disease and visualizes dynamic bloodflow abnormalities of the retina.
$25,000 - DONATED
Haag-Streit Octopus Visual Field Analyzer*
Uses a computerized algorithm to document and monitor peripheral vision loss due to glaucoma, strokes or traumatic brain injury.
Goldmann Visual Field*
Uses human interface testing to document and monitor peripheral vision loss when computerized testing is not possible.
Sonomed AB-5500+ EZ Scan*
Allows ultrasound visualization of retinal detachments in cases of severe trauma or cataracts that prohibit direct visualization of the retina.
Zeiss Atlas 9000 Corneal Topographer*
Measures corneal curvature and abnormalities, allowing diagnosis of keratoconus and high astigmatism after trauma.
Digital Anterior Segment Camera System and Slit Lamp*
Allows for high-resolution photography of anterior segment disease.
Researchers' Offices (2)
Measures thickness of the cornea in diseases such as childhood glaucoma or corneal dystrophy.
$5,000 - DONATED
Stereo Optical Teller Acuity*
Measures vision in preverbal or nonverbal children.
Atrium Window "Light for Sight" (9)
A "Day In Honor Of" at Pediatric Eye Specialists and Child Vision Center (9)
Website Ticker Tape Recognition
*Indicates Diagnostic Equipment
Robert D. and Catherine R. Alexander Foundation
Gary Patterson Foundation
Reilly Family Foundation
Jim and Kami Schlossnagle
Sandra and Wayne Packwood
The Family of Harold E. Hunt, Sr., MD
Fort Worth Country Day Lower School
Once Upon a Time