The National Association of Vision Professionals is an organization of people deeply concerned with the prevention, detection, and follow-up of vision services for preschool and school-age children and adults of all ages.

c/o Prevention of Blindness Society Washington Area
1775 Church Street, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20036 http://www.visionpros.org
(202) 234-1010

Social media

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Vision_Pros Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/visionpros/

Organizational membership



Serves as a forum for ideas on vision conservation and eye health. Provides leadership and planning to improve and expand vision conservation and eye health programs nationally. Coordinates and cooperates with agencies and groups responsible for providing services aimed at vision conservation and eye health. Develops and promotes educational programs for the public in vision conservation, eye safety, and eye health. Promotes the development of training programs for individuals preparing for careers in the field of vision conservation and eye health. Develops professional standards for employment in the field of vision conservation and eye health.


Annual meeting (usually in the first week of August)


National Association of Vision Professionals: Quarterly newsletter


Michele Hartlove
Email: mhartlove@youreyes.org

Jeff Robinson
Coordinator LA Lions Cubsight Program
825 Kaliste Saloom Rd. III-100 Lafayette, LA 70508
Phone: 1–866–CUBSITE (1–866–282–7483)
Email: jeff.robinson@la.gov

Education programs

African American Outreach

Diabetic Eye Disease


Healthy Vision

Hispanic/Latino Outreach

Low Vision

Vision and Aging

Last updated: July 12, 2019