Texas Ophthalmological Association

The Texas Ophthalmological Association Reminds Older Adults to Have a Comprehensive Eye Exam if They Notice Signs of Low Vision 

 

Technology and tools can help seniors with low vision maintain their independence

 

Each day, approximately 10,000 Americans turn 65, and one in six adults this age and older has a vision impairment that cannot be corrected with glasses or contact lenses.[i] As part of its support for Senior Independence Month this July, the Texas Ophthalmological Association along with the American Academy of Ophthalmology – the world’s largest association of eye physicians and surgeons – is providing older adults with low vision guidance on how to make the most of their remaining sight and keep their independence.

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You are your patients' best advocate... 

There are ample opportunities for ophthalmologists to get involved with public policy.

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TOA Member Benefits 

The Texas Ophthalmological Association is committed to preserving quality eye care in our great state. We invite practicing ophthalmologists and ophthalmologists-in-training in Texas to join their state specialty society. TOA members receive:

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