The American Optometric Association is comprised of thousands of doctors of optometry who work to provide the public with quality vision and eye care.
Foundation Fighting Blindness – Learn about an organization whose mission is to drive the research that will provide prevention, treatment and cure for diseases and conditions causing blindness.
The National Eye Institute is a part of the national governments National Institutes of Health and provides research and training and disseminates health information regarding eye health.
Tennessee Optometric Association – The Tennessee Optometric Association’s mission is to promote quality eye health and vision care Tennessee residents; to advance the profession of optometry through education and advocacy; and to serve as the primary resource for eye health information Tennessee.
Vision-1st is an alliance of independent optometric practices who strive to provide the best possible eye care. Follow the EyeMotion link for an online patient education center and see animations about eye health and how your eyes work.
You may find it helpful to visit this Lens Guide for information on selecting the type of lens that is right for you.
Visit The Vision Council to find consumer information on eye health and wellness and vision correction trends and technologies.
Visit the VSP Eyecare Discovery Center to find a wealth of information regarding eye health and education.
Visit Vision Care Direct to find out more about this indivual eye care plan and how to enroll.
For more information about your eyes check out Allaboutvision.com
Eye Health Information Links
Dry Eye Syndrome
Spots & Floaters
Infant Vision: Birth to 24 Months of Age
Preschool Vision: 2 to 5 years of Age
School-Aged Vision: 6 to 18 years of Age
Adult Vision: 19 to 40 years of Age
Adult Vision: 41 to 60 years of Age
Adult Vision: Over 60 years of Age