To ensure that all people with or at risk of glaucoma have the knowledge and access to care that will enable them to maintain a good quality of life.
- Provide information, advice and support through their telephone SightLine service and internet forum for patients and others with specific concerns
- Publish and distribute in print and via the IGA website a wide range of booklets and leaflets aimed at patients, carers and professionals. All information is regularly updated and approved by specialists.
- Distribute regular newsletters to members covering various issues related to the care of people with glaucoma
Fund a range of research projects to advance the knowledge of the causes of glaucoma and to develop more effective methods of diagnosis and treatment
- Organise patient support groups and organise meetings for patients where members can hear from experts in glaucoma and share their experiences
- Campaign for improved quality of care and services at local and national levels
- Organise an annual National Glaucoma Awareness Week
- Work with other organisations worldwide.
Helpline can be accessed Monday – Friday, 9.30am – 5.00pm.
- Quarterly newsletters
- Various Booklets
- Glaucoma guide and various leaflets.
15 Highpoint Business Village
Last updated: July 1, 2020 4:30 pm