There is a vast array of information about Vision Health on the Internet. Below are a few of the links that will be most useful. We have also included a few links to the sights and sounds of our beautiful province.
CAO is the professional association that represents Doctors of Optometry in Canada. It is also the national federation of ten provincial associations of optometrists and represents over 3,200 members across Canada.
Optometry Examining Board of Canada is a national not-for-profit corporation. Its members are the ten provincial optometry regulators in Canada.
Visit the University of Waterloo School of Optometry – one of two Optometry Schools in Canada.
Visit the University of Montreal Optometry School
CAOS is an international organization with members throughout Canada, the United States, and Puerto Rico. CAOS offers memberships to all Canadian students studying in an optometry school in Canada free of charge.
FORAC is a federation of the optometric regulatory and licensing bodies in Canada dedicated to facilitating discussion, exchanging information, providing a national voice and communicating with others about legislation, registration, standards of practice, continuing competence and any other issues related to the health care system including the profession of optometry.
Since 1918, The Canadian National Institute for the Blind has been helping blind, visually impaired, and deafblind Canadians address one of the greatest challenges of their lives: thriving – not just surviving – in a sighted world.
A wealth of information for patients, doctors, and other health care professionals.
Extensive patient information about laser surgery correction. Moncton is the New Brunswick location of the largest provider of laser vision procedures in North America.
The World Council of Optometry is the worldwide organization for the professionals working in the field of optometry, their associations and institutions.
Health Care Sites
Up to date patient news about diabetes.
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