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AOA reports $1.69 billion in federal relief for practices, leaders pledge continued advocacy

September 24, 2020

COVID-19 lockdowns took their toll on optometry practices, but the AOA’s advocacy and guidance in accessing federal relief measures helped the profession recover over a billion dollars. Read More >

‘Unprecedented’ human impact of western wildfires: How optometry is affected

September 23, 2020

Optometry’s Fund for Disaster Relief stands ready to assist doctors on their path to recovery following an historic 2020 wildfire season in the western U.S. Read More >

National Optometry Hall of Fame inductee James A. Boucher, O.D., passes away Sept. 20

September 22, 2020

James A. Boucher, O.D., 83, founded his practice in Laramie, Wyoming, and served the community for five decades. Dr. Boucher specialized in cornea and contact lenses practice. Read More >

Make your practice shine in 2020 through paraoptometric certification

September 21, 2020

Doctors of optometry may enroll their paraoptometric staff as associate members at no additional membership dues for the AOA-member doctor. Once enrolled as associate members, doctors' staff members automatically have access to the Paraoptometric Resource Center's career development resources. Read More >

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Covid -19 Michigan Webinars

April 27, 2020

Covid -19 is a pandemic affecting our current way of clinical practice for optometrist in Michigan, United States,and around the Globe. Read More >

Resources for O.D.'s Webinars

April 14, 2020

COVID - 19 Crisis Read More >

Poor Vision: A Barrier to Learning

September 4, 2019

A lot has changed over the years regarding the tools students use to learn; blackboards were replaced with whiteboards, which were then replaced by SMART Boards. Big Chief tablets changed to laptop computers. And coloring sheets changed to iPads. One tool used in the classroom that hasn't changed are children's eyes... Read More >


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Do You Know Your Legislator?

As you know, Optometry is a legislated profession and it's very important to know who your legislator is, and to help educate them on the issues. We will be asking members to contact their legislators as we get our legislative platform ready for 2020.

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October 7, 2020

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