By getting regular exams and maintaining healthy habits for aging eyes, seniors have a better chance of detecting certain eye diseases early on, helping to safeguard their vision as they age. It’s never too early to start protecting your eyes. Healthy eye care habits and routine exams can help maintain good eye health now and in the future.
January is National Eye Care and National Glaucoma Awareness Month. There is no cure for glaucoma, but early detection and treatment can often reduce the damage and protect your vision. Learn more about the symptoms, treatment and prevention of glaucoma.
In order to retain good vision as you age, it is important to know the most common age-related eye and vision problems, as well as the signs and potential treatment options.
Changes in vision can occur in your later years. As you reach the age of 60 and beyond, you can develop eye diseases and age-related eye health problems that could lead to vision loss. There are several healthy eye care tips that can help protect your vision as you age.
Our caregivers can help get your loved one to and from appointments and assist in managing follow-up care plans. Find a caregiver near you and learn of the many ways we can provide support, comfort and peace of mind to you and your family member.