Did you know that women are affected by eye diseases such as cataract, glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration at higher rates than men? Prevent Blindness wants to raise awareness about the importance of taking care of your vision. The nation’s oldest eye health and safety non-profit organization declares April Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month. Prevent Blindness recommends that women get regular eye exams, quit smoking, and use cosmetics safely.
All of SDCB’s services utilize a specialized field of service, called Vision Rehabilitation, which plays a central role in addressing age-related vision loss. Please contact us to learn more.
“Prevent Blindness Declares April as Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month”