March is Save your Vision Month 2021

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For my sister and I trying our best to spread awareness on matters that might not necessarily be well known or might not get its rightful platform or attention is what we are all about. Sharing our experience, sharing our knowledge along our journey is our aim.

As soon as we became aware of this, we knew we needed to make this a blog topic. All of our senses are equally as important, but as this month is about vision, we are doing our part to try and create further awareness….

Please see March is National Save Your Vision Awareness Month 2021 which covers:

  1. Introduction
  2. Illustrative examples: March is National Save Your Vision Awareness Month 2021
  3. March is National Save Your Vision Awareness Month 2021
  4. Our Final Thoughts/YouTube Video

© Copyright 2019 Grief Probate Journey Blog *PLEASE NOTE THIS INFORMATION IS SOURCED FROM UK and AMERICAN WEBSITES* It is also based on our own experience. *We are not experts in this field, we are speaking purely on our own experience with information sought from the internet to give further examples. *

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1. Introduction

For my sister and I trying our best to spread awareness on matters that might not necessarily be well known or might not get their rightful platform or attention is what we are all about. Sharing our experience, sharing our knowledge along our journey is our aim.

As soon as we became aware of this, we knew we needed to make this a blog topic. All of our senses are equally as important, but as this month is about vision, we are doing our part to try and create further awareness.

When our Dad was hospitalised in September 2016, he was diagnosed with a life-threatening heart condition called Infective Endocarditis. Unfortunately due to delay and then further misdiagnosis and the bacteria going into his eye’s he lost his sight. This was absolutely devastating to witness. We just cannot begin to imagine what it must’ve been like for our Dad. (We have a topic Infective Endocarditis and Infective Endocarditis and Blindness).

Our Mum many years ago suffered from Iritis at the time we were all worried she might have lost her sight. It was very scary and worrying times. Our Mum could not handle any form of light near her eyes as the pain was excruciating. When going to the hospital she had to put a dark blanket over her to blank out the dalyight from her eyes. Thankfully once this was defected, diagnosed and treated our mum recovered and her sight wasn’t affected. We were all so pleased and overjoyed with this end result. (Iritis is hyperlinked for further information on it).

Please see March is National Save Your Vision Awareness Month 2021:

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2. Illustrative examples: March is National Save Your Vision Awareness Month 2021

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3. March is National Save Your Vision Awareness Month 2021

3.1 National Save Your Vision Awareness Month 2021

“March 1 – March 31”

“Every year in March, we recognise National Save Your Vision Montha campaign designed to promote good eye health”.

3.2 10 Healthy Eye Tips for Save Your Vision Awareness Month 2021 | Oregon Eye Consultants

“March is National “Save Your Vision Awareness Month”. Oregon Eye Consultants has compiled a helpful list of 10 Healthy Eye Tips for Save Your Vision Awareness” …

3.3 Vision and Eye Health Awareness Calendar – Foundation Fighting Blindness

“Not all of them are coordinated by the Foundation Fighting Blindness; … Save Your Vision Month · Workplace Eye Awareness Month · World Optometry Day”: …

3.4 Make the most of Save your Vision Month – Eye Health Care – HealthStatus

Save Your Vision month is held every March and aims to increase awareness regarding good eye care. Organized by the American Optometric Association, the”…

3.5 6 Signs You Should Have Your Eyes Examined Now: National Save Your Vision Month

“For National Save Your Vision Month, we look at six signs you should have your eyes examined now”…  (23 Mar 2016)

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4. Our Final Thoughts/YouTube Video

we hope this topic might be of use to someone. Knowledge and awareness is powerful.

As always we’d like to wish anyone who reads this a safe day, evening, week ahead and beyond.

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