January 2022: National Eye Care Month

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National Eye Care Month is right around the corner. It’s the perfect opportunity to reiterate the importance of offering vision care as part of a benefits package. You can help clients build packages adapted to the needs of recipients by discussing topics like how vision health risks change with age. You can also educate about strategies for protecting vision health and improving access to early detection.

Lastly, it’s also important to talk about vision health in the context of overall health. You can highlight the connection between eye health problems and conditions like diabetes to drive home the importance of building a comprehensive benefits package that takes a holistic approach to improve access to healthcare.

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