This program is designed to create awareness among children and adults with vision impairment, their families and friends, and the general public about available vision rehabilitation services. This program seeks to inform eye healthcare providers who work with children and adults with vision impairments of the potential benefits of vision rehabilitation services.
Key Target Audiences: Children and adults with vision impairment, their families and friends, and the general public.
Key Program Message
- To promote independence through vision rehabilitation.
Resources SpotlightLiving With Low Vision: What You Should Know
- Educational Resources
- Community Activity Ideas
- People with Self-Report Vision Loss Focus Group Findings PDF*
- Health Observances
- Social Media Messages
Additional Resources and Materials
Join health professionals, public health educators, and community organizations in raising awareness about low vision by using the resources below.
Share and distribute information to people living with low vision and their loved ones.
Use these resources in your clinic or other community setting to raise awareness about low vision.
Radio and print public service announcements, simulations and podcasts can be used for educational purposes in a variety of outlets. Our resources are not copyrighted and may be reproduced without permission.
This website provides a consumer-friendly forum where people can learn important information about low vision and vision rehabilitation, view profiles of people living with low vision, how to help a loved one, and resourcesavailable. Available in English and Spanish.