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Adult Vision Programs

Adult Vision Health

66% of Wisconsin adults age 40 and older have some type of visual impairment, causing disruptions and complications in daily activities and quality of life. Healthy vision is essential for success in school, the workforce, and in life, yet the negative impact of undetected and untreated vision problems is often overlooked. 

Adult Vision Health Programs

To help Wisconsin adults protect their vision, Prevent Blindness Wisconsin’s adult vision health program provides public health education programs, vision screenings and adult risk assessments, case management and care navigation and trains community partners statewide as adult vision health advocates.  

Adult Vision Screening Information

Adult Vision Screening Certification Course

Vision Health Education

How to Make an Eye Doctor Appointment

Adult Vision Health Risk Assessment

Learn about your vision health today! Take our Adult Vision Health Risk Assessment to learn about your risk for developing vision problems as you age.

Adult Vision Health Risk Assessment

Adult Vision Follow-Up Toolkit

Learn how to help clients navigate the vision health system and discover the options available for vision care.

Adult Follow-Up Toolkit

Contact Us

If you are interested in learning more about our Adult Vision Program, please contact Courtney Murphy, Community Health Manager, at [email protected] or (414)-765-0505.