Educational Resources and Materials
The National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP) has additional information on low vision and ideas on how to use these resources in your community.
Low Vision Drop-in Articles
Use these articles in newsletters, magazines, newspapers, blogs, or websites to raise awareness about low vision and the benefits of vision rehabilitation.
Low Vision Education Website
Provides a consumer-friendly forum where people can learn important information about low vision and vision rehabilitation, how to help a loved one and resources available.
Living With Low Vision: What you should know
This booklet helps people with vision loss and their families better understand low vision. It describes how to get help and live more safely and independently.
Living with Low Vision Educational Module
This educational module provides everything needed for health educators to conduct educational sessions in their community about low vision, the benefits of vision rehabilitation services, and where to get more information.
Download the Speaker’s Guide
Low Vision Public Service Announcements (PSAs)
Print these English or Spanish announcements in your newsletters or other publications to help raise awareness about vision rehabilitation.
Eye Disease Vodcasts
Watch and share these videos with friends, family and colleagues or link to them from your website.
- Age-related Macular Degeneration
- Comprehensive Dilated Eye Exams
- Diabetic Eye Disease
- Dry Eye
Low Vision Infographic
Add this graphic to an article, story, newsletter, or website to provide at-a-glance information on low vision, how many people are affected and how they can get help.