Jul
1
Mon
UV Safety Month
Jul 1 – Jul 31 all day
UV Safety Month

July is UV Safety Month. Did you know that UV rays can penetrate cloud cover? Did you know you can get a sunburn on your eyes? Wear sunglasses and a hat to protect your eyes all year round, not just in the summer.

Visit The American Academy of Ophthalmology’s Summer UV Eye Safety page for more information.

Aug
1
Thu
Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month
Aug 1 – Aug 31 all day
Children's Eye Health and Safety Month

August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month! Make eye exams a part of your back to school routine. Children’s eyes can change rapidly, so it’s a good idea to get them checked every year. Luckily, Alberta Health covers eye exams for kids! Learn more about how often to get an eye exam on our Frequency of Eye Exams page.

Did you know: Early detection of children’s eye conditions like Strabismus or Amblyopia is important for intervention; Make sure you get your child screened at least once before they are school aged, to detect any problems that can be corrected in their first years of life.

Learn more about Children’s Eye Health and Safety from the Alberta Association of Optometrists.

Sep
1
Sun
Healthy Aging Month
Sep 1 – Sep 30 all day
Healthy Aging Month

September is Healthy Aging Month! As you age, your eyes age too.

Presbyopia occurs naturally as you get older, and it’s the reason most seniors require reading glasses (if you’re myopic, your vision may seem to improve as you age). You can’t stop presbyopia from happening, but there are other age related vision conditions that can be slowed. Practice healthy eating and exercise, don’t smoke, and visit an eye care specialist for more frequent eye exams. Check out or Frequency of Eye Exams page for information on how often you should visit an optometrist.

Take care of your body and you’ll take care of your eyes, now and in the future.

For more information about Healthy Aging from the Glaucoma Research Foundation page.

Oct
1
Tue
Early Bird Registration
Oct 1 – Oct 31 all day

Early Bird Registration begins! Get your registration done early and we will enter you into a draw for prizes. Early Bird Registration runs from October 1st to October 31st, when we will have our draw.

Nov
1
Fri
NACOR Exam – Ontario
Nov 1 all day

The NACOR Exam is scheduled for November 1st – November 3rd,2019 in Barrie, Ontario. Please note that these dates are subject to change. Visit the NACOR website for more information.

Nov
16
Sat
NACOR Exam – New Brunswick
Nov 16 – Nov 17 all day

The NACOR Exam is scheduled for November 16th – November 17th,2019 in Moncton, New Brunswick. Please note that these dates are subject to change. Visit the NACOR website for more information.

Jul
1
Wed
UV Safety Month
Jul 1 – Jul 31 all day
UV Safety Month

July is UV Safety Month. Did you know that UV rays can penetrate cloud cover? Did you know you can get a sunburn on your eyes? Wear sunglasses and a hat to protect your eyes all year round, not just in the summer.

Visit The American Academy of Ophthalmology’s Summer UV Eye Safety page for more information.

Aug
1
Sat
Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month
Aug 1 – Aug 31 all day
Children's Eye Health and Safety Month

August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month! Make eye exams a part of your back to school routine. Children’s eyes can change rapidly, so it’s a good idea to get them checked every year. Luckily, Alberta Health covers eye exams for kids! Learn more about how often to get an eye exam on our Frequency of Eye Exams page.

Did you know: Early detection of children’s eye conditions like Strabismus or Amblyopia is important for intervention; Make sure you get your child screened at least once before they are school aged, to detect any problems that can be corrected in their first years of life.

Learn more about Children’s Eye Health and Safety from the Alberta Association of Optometrists.

Sep
1
Tue
Healthy Aging Month
Sep 1 – Sep 30 all day
Healthy Aging Month

September is Healthy Aging Month! As you age, your eyes age too.

Presbyopia occurs naturally as you get older, and it’s the reason most seniors require reading glasses (if you’re myopic, your vision may seem to improve as you age). You can’t stop presbyopia from happening, but there are other age related vision conditions that can be slowed. Practice healthy eating and exercise, don’t smoke, and visit an eye care specialist for more frequent eye exams. Check out or Frequency of Eye Exams page for information on how often you should visit an optometrist.

Take care of your body and you’ll take care of your eyes, now and in the future.

For more information about Healthy Aging from the Glaucoma Research Foundation page.

Oct
1
Thu
Early Bird Registration
Oct 1 – Oct 31 all day

Early Bird Registration begins! Get your registration done early and we will enter you into a draw for prizes. Early Bird Registration runs from October 1st to October 31st, when we will have our draw.