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Who's Looking After Your Eyes?

Join our insightful free session, "Who’s looking after your eyes?" led by an Eye Health Educator. In just 30 minutes, join us to safeguard your vision and empower our community against avoidable vision loss!

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Who's Looking After Your Eyes?

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Sight For All extends an invitation to our insightful free session: “Who’s looking after your eyes?”, an educational presentation led by an Eye Health Educator. Join us for approximately 30 minutes of crucial information, with brochures provided.

Discover essential topics:

  • Leading causes of vision loss in Australia.
  • Identification of common yet unnoticed eye condition symptoms.
  • Management and treatment of prevalent eye conditions.
  • Promoting and maintaining eye health, featuring local eye health practitioners and how to access their services.

Focused on older South Australians, as chronic eye conditions affect 93% of individuals aged 65 and over. Shockingly, 453,000 Australians suffer from preventable or treatable blindness or vision impairment (Vision 2020 Australia).

Sight For All, a not-for-profit social impact organisation based in Adelaide, aims to eliminate blindness through sustainable sight-saving projects. For 12 years we've conducted eye health initiatives across various countries, leveraging collaborative research, infrastructure support, sustainable education, and eye health promotion.

For enquiries, contact The Summit Community Centre. Join us to safeguard your vision and empower our community against avoidable vision loss!

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