Subject Matter Experts
The Vision Council actively publishes and promotes our research and findings, advances in technology, recent fashion trends and eyewear solutions. We are able to provide subject matter experts to the media for tips and advice from eye care providers on a regional and national basis.
Subject matter and medical experts are available for media interviews or to speak about several topics including:
Eye Health From Childhood Through Adulthood
As individuals age, their eyes age too. Children, teens, and adults-from athletes, career climbers, avid readers and empty nesters- will find benefits in regular eye exams and maintaining the health of their eyes.
Seeing Better Than Ever With High Performing Lenses
Advancements in lens technology have people seeing better than ever before. Some of the fabrication options available today include lens treatments (coatings), progressives and free form lens designs, and adjustable lenses. Learn how an eyeglass wearer can benefit from adding lens treatments and/or high definition lenses.
Aging Population and Low Vision
More than 2.9M people in the U.S. suffer from low vision. It is a large problem, with little awareness. Learn about the signs and symptoms; low vision rehabilitation; and low vision devices.
Fashion, Eyewear and Accessories
Eyewear as a fashion accessory including the fashion and function of sunwear and reading glasses. For more information visit www.eyecessorize.com.
Consumer Behavior - Eyewear and Sunwear
The Vision Council can provide statistics, trends in how, why and where people are purchasing prescription eyeglasses, readers, and sunwear through our VisionWatch research surveys. Here are a few of the many statistics we track annually:
- 1.7 million Americans in the 35-44 age group wear corrective eyeglasses.
- More than 28 million adults wear reading glasses-that's approximately 11.9 percent of the entire U.S. adult population.
- Eighty five percent of adults believe it is just as important to protect the eyes from UV rays as it is to protect the skin.