Use our audiovisuals to help people learn about glaucoma and comprehensive dilated eye exams, and to promote eye health messages. Choose from our collection of educational videos.
Half of the U.S. has glaucoma and doesn’t know it animation
Half of the people with glaucoma don’t know they have it. This animation shows how common glaucoma is in the United States and where to go to learn more about the disease.
What happens inside eyes with glaucoma animation
This animation illustrates what glaucoma does to the eye by comparing it to a clogged sink.
Glaucoma toolkit in Spanish promotional animation
Learn about Cuidemos nuestros ojos del glaucoma, the National Eye Health Education Program’s glaucoma toolkit in Spanish. Hispanics/Latinos are at higher risk of glaucoma. Help them protect their sight by encouraging them to get a comprehensive dilated eye exam to detect glaucoma early and prevent vision loss.
Detecting glaucoma through a dilated eye exam animation
Discover the importance of a comprehensive dilated eye exam, which allows an eye care professional to look for early signs of glaucoma.
This animation shows how fluid buildup can increase eye pressure, leading to optic nerve damage.
Animación sobre el glaucoma
Esta animación muestra cómo la acumulación del líquido dentro del ojo puede causar daño al nervio óptico.
Meet NEI’s Dr. Rachel Bishop, M.D., M.P.H., who discusses how glaucoma affects the eyes, who is at higher risk, what the treatment options are, and where to find more information.
Interviews with eye care providers and people who have glaucoma
Listen to interviews with eye care providers and people who have glaucoma to learn more about who is at risk, what the symptoms are, and the importance of early detection and treatment.
If you missed our webinar, you can watch it here. You can also access copies of the slides and transcript.
Eye health knowledge of people at higher risk for glaucoma
This webinar provides an overview of glaucoma and presents key findings from focus groups, including perceptions of the importance of eye health, eye health practices, level of knowledge of glaucoma, sources of eye health information, and health information preferences.