Join the conversation in November — and share information about diabetic eye disease with your community all year long.
Glaucoma is a leading cause of vision loss and blindness in the United States — especially for older adults and African Americans. Early treatment can stop the damage and help prevent vision loss. Join people across the country to raise awareness about glaucoma!
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a common eye condition — it’s a leading cause of vision loss for older adults.
Vision impairment — including low vision — affects millions of Americans and can make it hard to do things like reading, shopping, cooking, or writing. Vision rehabilitation can help people with low vision stay independent and make the most of their sight. During February help spread the word in your community about vision rehabilitation services.
The Retinal Disease Interest Group (RDIG) and the Neurobiology Neurodegeneration & Repair Laboratory (NNRL) is hosting a symposium on the Emerging Horizons in Retinal Genetics, Biology and Disease. An excellent slate of junior and senior scientists will discuss their recent research of interest in the field of retina.
This will be a hybrid event via Zoom and in person.
Join people across the country to spread the word about eye health and strategies to prevent vision loss and blindness!
Join the National Eye Institute in highlighting the importance of protecting children’s vision and eye health.
Help raise awareness about eye health and aging! Let people in your community know how they can protect their vision as they get older.
Join the National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP) in connecting the Hispanic/Latino community with materials and resources to promote eye health — available in both English and Spanish.
Last updated: September 9, 2022