Of the essence in the design of our reading glasses is your comfort.
Comfort in vision and comfort in wear.
This can only be achieved with premium quality materials
made maximizing all the variables that cumulate
to create reading glasses at their best.
Quality is our constant.
Our readers are designed relative to your needs,
 relevant to the times in a mix of styles open to your interpretation.
Style is your voice.  It's your story.  Let your look tell your story. 

Because people see your face first.

My Story

Listening to my optical store customers dissatisfaction with the poor optics and craftsmanship of the present selection of ready-made readers, I knew that if I concentrated my fastidious 30 plus years of fashion and optical expertise, I could make reading glasses that are of comparable quality to high-end prescription eyewear- and I did.

The road that got me here today was often superseded by my responsibilities as a mom, a wife and a daughter. But when my father died and my mother developed Alzheimer’s, I couldn’t help but think about my life and all the things I wanted to do. RENEE'S READERS was at the top of my list.

I knew that it was now or never.

Not Just My Cause

For the past couple of years, the Alzheimer’s Association has focused on keeping caregivers connected mainly through Zoom programing. A shortage of qualified help has left many caregivers feeling isolated and exhausted with the responsibility of all day and night care. Support groups, social engagement programming and a 24/7 helpline are just a few of the resources made available that keep caregivers connected.

The Alzheimer’s Association has a remarkable community of volunteers. Most of them have first-hand experience with the disease; many don’t. Their hearts are big and the comfort and care they provide help make it easier to cope. As this disease becomes more widespread, more people are committing to involvement. They spread more comfort and more care and are raising more funds to provide all types of support services and further research. The Alzheimer’s Association is an amazing community of care and I have been a part of it for many years.

Every Alzheimer’s story is horrible.

Alzheimer's is not just my cause; it is our cause. In some way, Alzheimer’s disease will affect every one of us; we need to find a cure.