Free Webinars

Learn the Basics about Living with Vision Loss

You probably know someone who is currently struggling with vision loss, though you may not know it. As Minnesota’s population ages, more and more of our friends and family will need to know how to cope with eye diseases. Our free webinars are a quick way to understand the basics about common eye diseases, and learn about resources that can help people with vision loss adapt, connect, and thrive.

Upcoming webinar topics include:

  • Caring for Family and Friends with Vision Loss
  • Support for Adults with Age-Related Eye Diseases
  • Resources for Eye Care Professionals
  • Training for Professionals Working with Older Adults (CEU accreditation available)

May 2021 webinar: BIPOC Communities and Vision Loss

Tuesday, May 18 at 1pm (Central)

Tuesday, May 25 at 1pm (Central)

Wednesday, May 26 at 11am (Central)

Invite your team to attend one of these free 60-minute webinars!

  • Learn how to help people with vision loss in everyday situations
  • Know the basics of eye diseases and how they affect people in Black, Indigenous, Latino, Asian American, and other communities
  • Be ready to share resources with your loved ones, from low-vision support groups to ways to make everyday tasks easier

Register now:

Tuesday, May 18 at 1pm (Central)

Tuesday, May 25 at 1pm (Central)

Wednesday, May 26 at 11am (Central)

 

Who are we?

Vision Loss Resources is Minnesota’s leading nonprofit provider of training and support for people with vision loss. We have 100+ years of experience partnering with eye care professionals.

 

Your hosts

May 18

Mark Dahlberg
Mark Dahlberg, Community Services Program Manager
Susan Anderson
Susan Anderson, Associate Director of Programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 25

Jen Wittek
Jen Wittek, Volunteer & Community Center Manager
Susan Anderson
Susan Anderson, Associate Director of Programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 26

Renee Waclaw
Renee Waclaw, Community Specialist
Susan Anderson
Susan Anderson, Associate Director of Programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Register now:

Tuesday, May 18 at 1pm (Central)

Tuesday, May 25 at 1pm (Central)

Wednesday, May 26 at 11am (Central)