Month: December 2019
See what happens as parents and teachers do a virtual reality demo that lets them sample how various vision impairments impact vision. The results speak for themselves as people realize just how difficult simple learning tasks could be for students with undiagnosed eye problems.
At Think About Your Eyes, we believe that vision health is so much more than 20/20 vision, and that life can be enhanced with annual comprehensive eye exams. Annual eye exams can detect conditions and improve health outcomes. They are essential for seeing more clearly, learning more easily and preserving your health and wellness for […]
Think About Your Eyes (TAYE), a national public awareness campaign about the importance of comprehensive annual eye exam with an optometrist, attended the Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador Summit last summer in Cleveland, Ohio to highlight the need for students to check their eyes. Through TAYE, students participated in sports activities with simulated […]
Think About Your Eyes (TAYE), a national public awareness campaign launched through a partnership between The Vision Council and the American Optometric Association, partnered with We Are Teachers to help teachers and parents understand the signs that children may need an eye exam and to underscore the importance of protecting your eyes. TAYE created infographics […]
To help your eye care provider help you choose the right eyeglasses for your vision and lifestyle needs, it is important that you share with them as much information as possible about your work, recreational activities, and any other factors that might influence the glasses they recommend for you. The following ideas might help your […]
Enrolling in a vision insurance plan can help offset the cost of eyecare. However, you need to carefully to determine what your benefits include, what costs are involved, and who is on your network provider list. The following questions to ask your vision insurance plan administrator can help you learn what service you are entitled […]