Information About Glaucoma
The AAO is a recognized leader in setting the medical standards to ensure quality patient care. Committed to advancing the profession and its long-held tradition of excellence in eye care.
The Museum of Vision is the only institution in the U.S. whose sole purpose is to preserve the fascinating history of ophthalmology and its many contributions to medicine. The museum strives to share ophthalmic treasures through its world-class collection of artifacts, provide new exhibits and offer educational programs.
The International Glaucoma Association (IGA) is a patient-based organization which works to prevent glaucoma blindness by providing information, literature and advice.
The Glaucoma Research Foundation: Protecting the sight and independence of people with glaucoma through research and education, with the ultimate goal of finding a cure.
The National Consumers League provides resources for learning about types of eye care providers.
Many older Americans and those who are at greater risk for eye disease cannot afford even the most basic eye care. Since 1985, EyeCare America and its nearly 7,000 volunteer ophthalmologists have helped more than 1.7 million people get the care they need.
The EyeSmart® public awareness campaign, sponsored by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, is your trusted source for accurate, timely and relevant eye health information.
This page of the National Eye Institute website was developed to help patients and their families search for general information about glaucoma.
The Glaucoma Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to vital research to find cures for glaucoma.