Thursday, September 16, 2010

Seniors can receive FREE EYE CARE from EyeCare America


EyeCare America is providing FREE EYE EXAMS to Seniors and others. Click here to get all the info. This is a great program that I have had personal experience with and was very pleased. They also have programs to help others obtain free eye care. To find out about other programs EyeCare America offers, click here.


Helping People Over 65 Preserve Sight
The Seniors EyeCare Program ensures that every senior has access to medical eye care and promotes annual, dilated eye exams. It raises awareness about age-related eye disease, including cataracts, provides free eye care educational materials and facilitates access to eye care—at no out-of-pocket cost.
Qualifications
The Seniors EyeCare Program is designed for people who:
Are US citizens or legal residents
Are age 65 and older
Have not seen an ophthalmologist in three or more years
Do not belong to an HMO or the VA
To determine if you, a family member or friend qualify for a referral through this program, call 800-222-EYES (3937) toll-free, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

For information on where to find help paying for health care or prescriptions, click here.

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