Vision InitiativeA partnership promoting eye health and vision care
Come along to Vision Australia Shepparton and check out what's new in technology and services for people who are blind or have low vision. Vision Australia Library Services, Adaptive Technology Companies, Community Transport and Lions Visual Independence will accompany Vision Australia staff for presentations and information stands throughout the day.
Hosted by the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA), the forum will discuss developments in macular degeneration research and potential future treatments.
The theme of this years annual awareness week is: How's your macula? The Macuar Disease Foundation Australia encourages those at risk to have an eye test and macula check.
A full-day of interactive presentations on diabetes management presented by Diabetes Victoria.
The Annual Diabetes Symposium: Diabetes – scratching beneath the surface, features international keynote speaker Professor Hertzel Gerstein.
Meet CERA's international leaders and rising stars in eye research. Explore latest research advances in macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetic eye disease.
Australian College of Optometry’s annual Therapeutics Weekend is a refresher course on theoretical knowledge and the practical skills, helping attending to become more confident in the diagnosis and treatment of a range of anterior and posterior segment inflammations.
Dogs Unite is a sponsored 4km dog walk taking place at Hays Paddock in Kew.
International Guide Dog Day is dedicated to celebrating guide dogs all over the world and to recognise the role they play in assisting people who are blind or vision impaired.
DA–Vic in partnership with Vision 2020 Australia has developed an exciting and informative program for the Healthy Access events 2015. These events are specifically designed for people living with type 2 diabetes in Shepparton and surrounding areas.