The Vision and Eye Health Resource Center is a compilation of current resources that can be used by healthcare, public health, and community service providers. It is our goal that these resources enhance or integrate vision and eye health initiatives in public health programming through their use. These resources have been identified by a broad scan and review of available programs, tools, and current practices. Integrating these tools and resources into your programming may help to improve the vision outcomes for individuals and communities of all ages, especially older adults, individuals with chronic diseases, and those at risk for eye diseases.
Non-Prevent Blindness resource links will take you to partner web content outside preventblindness.org and will open in a new browser tab. While we review and approve resources for inclusion in this database, Prevent Blindness is not responsible for the content on external websites. Also, the site increases accessibility via WCAG level A processes that make text and image content machine-readable or can improve readability.
Note: If there is a resource that you think should be included here, please fill out the NEW RESOURCE REQUEST FORM.
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Select individual boxes below to narrow your search results, or you may choose ‘View ALL Resources’ to see all resources in our database.
Note: The more individual boxes you click below, the more the results will be narrowed to the resources that meet ALL of your selections. If you select options within a question (for example, advocacy or toolkits), you will receive any resources that have either item (advocacy or toolkits). If you select an option between questions (for example, advocacy and glaucoma), you will receive resources that include both selections (advocacy and glaucoma).
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