Patient Resource Center
Do you have questions about glaucoma and how to talk to your doctor? Do you want to know where you can learn more? The resources below can help you find the information you’re looking for.
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From Our Partner
touchOPHTHALMOLOGY is proud to be at the forefront of on-demand and virtual formats, pushing the boundaries for online medical education, working with hundreds of renowned faculty members and many of the world’s leading medical societies. Read the latest articles from our peer-reviewed therapy journals and unique expert insights and watch highlights and coverage from leading international OPHTHALMOLOGY congresses. Click here to see their glaucoma resources.
Resources for People with Vision Impairment or Blindness
- Envision – An organization that improves the lives of people who are blind or visually impaired by creating employment opportunities, raising awareness and providing state-of-the-art programs and services. Learn more about Envision here and learn how they help people defy expectations.
- This handy guide has links to different organizations that cater to people with vision impairment and blindness. Click here to see the guide.
Low Vision Resources
Check the links below for information on low vision. This information was provided by Delaram Shirazian, OD and you can find out more by watching our webinar “An Overview of Low Vision Rehabilitation” on our events page. https://glaucomafoundation.org/events/
Additional Low Vision Resources
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A Message From The Eye Care Community
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From Our Partner The National Eye Institute:
Talk With Your Doctor About Glaucoma
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with glaucoma, you may have questions about what this means. Talk to your eye doctor about your symptoms and treatment options. You can use this guide to get the conversation going. Download the guide ».