At the Hua Hin Red Cross Station on December 7, the Thai Red Cross Relief and Public Health Office, a medical team, and personnel provided free eye exams. Prepare glasses with high-quality lenses for the needy and welfare recipients. Between the 6th and 8th of December, 200 patients participated in the Optical Dispensing Program for Vulnerable Groups at the Thai Red Cross Ophthalmic Optical Center in the Hua Hin region.
Mr. Polkrit Phuangwalaisin, Mr. Chaloem Phrakiat Prachuap Khiri Khan, Ms. Usa Phuangwalaisin, Mayor of Huaxin District, Ms. Sudjai Kruewanichtham, Mayor of Huaxin Red Cross District, and Huaxin Chaloem Chaloem Phrakiat Red Cross Head of the Station Welcome Group were among those in attendance.
Mrs. Usa Puangvalaisin, Hua Hin District Red Cross President According to him, the number of senior individuals is growing, and there are more and more physical and mental health issues. It is crucial to maintain the physical and mental health of the elderly. As a result, the government has a policy to enhance the health of the old in numerous areas so that the elderly can live happily in society. Specifically, the eyesight and visual impairments of the elderly are another obstacle that prevents them from performing daily tasks. Ophthalmology and Optical Center of the Thai Red Cross Society This project is being organized by the Relief and Public Health Office of the Thai Red Cross Society in partnership with the Hua Hin District Red Cross Branch and the Hua Hin Chaloem Phra Kiat Red Cross Station. help screen and discover patients with cataracts to obtain treatment in a timely manner. and cure eye abnormalities in at-risk groups so that they can see normally again, resulting in an improved quality of life Moreover, to educate vulnerable populations about eye care in order to safeguard and preserve our eyes and preserve our eyesight in perpetuity.