2019 Vision Health Resource Calendar

2019 Vision Health Resource Calendar

There’s something to see all year long

How to use This is more than a calendar. It’s a resource library of preventive care and reminders for your employees. Use these articles, interactive features and tools to promote vision health throughout the year. Copy and paste intros and links into a newsletter, email, intranet or your format of choice.
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January

It’s a new year. It’s a new you.

February

The ins and outs of vision benefits

March

Protect those hard-working peepers

More than 8 out of 10 U.S. adults need vision correction

April

Women’s health takes center stage

60% of people spend more than 6 hours a day in front of digital devices

May

Better nutrition for better vision

June

Setting your sights on men’s health

July

Protecting your vision is no game

August

Back to school eye health

1 in 4 school children have vision problems

September

It’s open enrollment season!

Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in ages 20-74

October

Seeing life to the fullest

November

Early detection is key

December

See better, hear better, feel better

  1. American Optometric Association.
  2. “More Women than Men Have Eye Disease”, PreventBlindenss.com
  3. “Facts About Color Blindness”, National Eye Institute.
  4. “Children’s Vision and Eye Health: A Snapshot of Current National Issues”; National Center for Children’s Vision & Eye Health; accessed July 2017.
  5. “Diabetic eye disease projected to increase among U.S. population”; National Eye Institute (NEI); accessed December 2018.

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