How To Make The Most Of AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month
In the United States, AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month takes place every February. The purpose of this month is to bring awareness to age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and other forms of low vision.
Adults over 50 are most likely to develop AMD. It is a degenerative eye disease that causes central vision loss. AMD lacks a cure, but some treatments can slow its progression.
Find out more about AMD or another form of low vision this month.
Take advantage of AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month with these tips!
What is AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month?
The Prevent Blindness Foundation has declared February to be Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and Low Vision Awareness Month.
AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month is a time to bring awareness to age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and other forms of low vision.
If you or someone you know has AMD or another form of low vision, this month is a great time to learn more about the condition and what can help manage it.
How Can You Participate in AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month?
You can participate in AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month in many ways. One way is to learn more about AMD and low vision. You can do this by reading articles or books, watching videos, or talking to your eye doctor.
Another way to participate is to spread the word about AMD and low vision. You can talk to your family and friends about the condition and share information about AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month on social media.
Finally, you can donate to organizations that support people with AMD and low vision. These organizations help fund research, provide resources and support, and advocate for policies to improve the lives of those affected by these conditions.
Contact Us for a Consultation
Schedule your next eye exam during AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month at Millennium Park Eye Center.
Millennium Park Eye Center aims to provide our patients with the best possible eye care and vision maintenance.
You can rely on our experienced and knowledgeable doctors to assist you with your vision needs. Get in touch with us at (312) 996-2020.
See you soon!