How to Put Contact Lenses in Your Child's Eyes

Thick glasses come off the child's face easier than weaker prescription glasses do and can be difficult for young children to keep on. Contacts turn out to be easier to manage for some children. Six-year-olds don't have the coordination to put them in by themselves, however, so a parent will need to help. Putting something in someone else's eye is an intimidating proposition, but the right method makes all the difference.