ANNOUNCEMENTS

Want to gain clinical experience? Be sure to join us at the annual Community Health Involvement Project (CHIP) Health Fair on Saturday, April 11, where we will be partnering with ophthalmologists and other vision professionals to provide eye care to the surrounding community. This is a great opportunity for a lot of patient interaction! Training sessions will be held next week; for more information, look under the “Ophthalmology Clinic” tab or click here.

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Become more involved with Vision for Vision and apply for our 2015-2016 executive board! E-board applications will soon be available. Please click here for more information.

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This Friday, April 4, join us at the Health Sciences Campus for a Recycle Vision training session at 3pm. Click here for more information about the program.

 

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“Because vision is too valuable a sense to lose to a treatable disease”

We are a non-profit group dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of annual eye exams to protect vision. By speaking directly with seniors at local community centers, we help patients be pro-active about their vision care and help link patients to doctors.

 

A Precious Gift

As we get older it becomes important to make sure we are aware of the risk and dangers of vision loss. Fortunately, there are opportunities to protecting our precious sense of vision with annual eye exams.

With a simple, non-invasive eye exam every year, we can catch diseases like glaucoma and macular degeneration early, before vision loss occurs.