With the research landscape recognising the importance of understanding the psychosocial impacts of ocular conditions, it is time we heard from the individuals themselves about what it means to live with childhood glaucoma.
For the past 35 years, Glaucoma Australia has provided a single, unified voice on all things related to glaucoma. Glaucoma Australia co-founder Clinical Professor Ivan Goldberg spoke to mivision about the early days of the organisation and the challenges it still faces in raising community awareness.
Despite experiencing no symptoms, my glaucoma was detected by my optician when testing for reading glasses...
When driving one afternoon, I happened to close my right eye and I realised that I had blurred vision in my left eye...
Optometrist, Miss Amy Yu, recently took part in a Live Q&A with Glaucoma Australia where she answered some of the most commonly asked questions about glaucoma tests.
Lei Malaband, a 54-year-old mother of four, shares her personal glaucoma story. First diagnosed at 41, Lei encourages others to get tested early for glaucoma.
Glaucoma specialist, Brian Ang, explains why he advocates for a 'proactive approach' when it comes to glaucoma management.
After an unexpected glaucoma diagnosis, Shannon's life changed dramatically. The 46-year-old, father of two, shares his personal story.
Bathurst optometrist, Laurence Outim, knows just how important early detection is for glaucoma patients. That's why, he's encouraging others to get active and take part in this year's 7 Sights Challenge.