Adult Vision Programs

Prevent Blindness, Ohio Affiliate (PBO) is committed to ensuring that all Ohioans have good sight for life. We prevent blindness in Ohio’s adult population by providing services for early detection and treatment of possible vision problems through vision screening and educating people about how to keep their sight safe and healthy for a lifetime. Early detection helps decrease the number of workplace injuries due to reduced or impaired vision as well as reducing vision loss due to diseases such as glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, and age-related macular degeneration. Select one of the links below to learn more about PBO’s adult vision health programming.

HealthyEyes– is a combination of three sight-saving programs designed to work in partnership to identify vision problems early and provide access to treatment at a time most beneficial. These programs can be used in combination or separately.

Adult Vision Screening Training and Certification– Prevent Blindness trains, certifies, and equips individuals at healthcare facilities, aging network and social service organizations to conduct vision screenings on adults at risk of vision loss.

EyeWatch Program– Enhances the services of Ohio’s aging and public health networks by providing coordinated information and access to prevention information, referral, and treatment resources for aging eye challenges.

Vision Care Outreach Program– Provides access to comprehensive vision care including eye exams, eyeglasses, medication and follow-up surgery for those in need across Ohio.

Ohio’s AEPPP is facilitated by Prevent Blindness in collaboration with the Ohio Department of Aging and 20+ statewide organizations that serve the aging network.  AEPPP addresses issues relating to vision care public policy, vision care services, vision education, and vision research that impact the quality of life for Ohio’s seniors now and in the future.

Corporate Vision Screenings