An Eye on Vision Issues
Volume 2 Issue 1
Week of: February 05 – 11/2012
Special Edition – Low Vision Awareness Month
February is low vision awareness month:
The Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind- Chicago, Il. Celebrates the occasion with a low vision products show.
1. Low vision products show in Orland Park – February 28th.
Location: Best Buy at Orland Park
Date: Feb. 28th
Times: 2 pm – 8 pm
Find a celebration or event in your area!
Budget’s everywhere are facing trouble. In Illinois the governor cut the budget providing books for school aged visually impaired/blind children. The Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind started a letter writing process which eventually helped to restore the money cut from the budget providing Braille and large print textbooks to children across the state. A letter writing campaign is a great example of an event anyone can become involved in and make a difference.
During the month of February find a vision issue in your area which you can get involved with and make a difference in someone’s life.
Aged Related Macular Degeneration:
The article this week discussed the topic concerning the use of stem cells to improve vision damaged by different forms of macular degeneration. Take a moment and read about the medical trial that produced improved vision from stem cell therapy.
Remember the vision issues forum:
Vote for who you think will best represent the vision issues community. Take the poll.
How much do you know about the candidates for President?
Take the short quiz in the vision issues forum and find out.
Coming next week:
Look for a word game in the vision issues forum.
Read the article on ordering eye ware online. Cheaper prescription glasses are offered online.
Until next week – Have a great week!
Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at BellaOnline.com.
Macular Damaged Vision Improved with Stem Cells
The use of stem cells offers a new form of treatment for Macular Degeneration. Read the article and learn more about macular degeneration and results of the use of stem cell therapy for improving vision damaged by macular degeneration.
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