Prevent Blindness Georgia provides free vision screenings to prekindergarten children at public and private schools and childcare facilities throughout Georgia. Certified staff and volunteers conduct a three-part screening with each child.
Since the year 2000, Prevent Blindness Georgia has been serving homeless, uninsured, and working poor adults through Vision Outreach™, a program that provides basic eye care for Georgia’s neediest. The unique model of taking vision screeners, eye doctors, equipment, ophthalmic technicians, and even eyeglasses onsite to agencies allows us to identify those with eye disease and refer them for further treatment.Learn More
To detect glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy, two potentially blinding aging eye diseases that affect many Georgians, Prevent Blindness Georgia launched the Georgia Retinal Imaging Project (GRIP) which utilizes new retinal imaging technology to photograph the back of a patient's eyes.Learn More
Prevent Blindness Georgia offers children's vision screening resources for School Nurses, Pediatric Practices, Volunteers,Nursing Students, and Prekindergarten Resource Workers. Together, we can eliminate preventable blindness.Learn More
Prevent Blindness Georgia works with different programs to provide vouchers for free eye care for children and adults.Learn More
Prevent Blindness Georgia works with organizations and institutions around the state to improve vision and eye health.Learn More