My 13 year old son has autism. He keeps breaking his glasses when angry or frustrated. He can tell us that it's not because he doesn't like the glasses (he likes them and knows he gets headaches without them) but because it's so satisfying to break them when he is angry. 7 pairs since Christmas - roughly one a month, and given that there is a gap inbetween as we make appointments, wait for the frames to be made etc, they can't be lasting longer than two weeks. He absolutely hates going to Specsavers because of the bright lights, noise, physical proximity of people etc. (We have learnt the quieter times to go)
Can anyone recommend a good brand of unbreakable glasses? The last ones to break were 'ultraflex'
Thank you so much.
can he manage without glasses? I didn't have any for years and never wore them until i was hit by a car. i have dreadful posture stooping and squint, but you don't need glasses for most things - i'm minus five since a child
I'm an adult who would desperately like a company to make attractive and indestructible glasses. I find I constantly manage to break mine. They have been pulled, pushed, twirled, sat on, stood on , t down , lost etc etc I even tried rimless bendy glasses but recently the arm fell off! And no contact lenses are not the answer.