As we age, our eyes will change. This may include needing glasses, more floaters, or even cataracts. However, there are other, more severe eye conditions to be on the lookout for, as they can cause significant damage and even legal blindness! Join us as we discuss normal aging eye conditions, what to be on the lookout for when it comes to more significant eye conditions, and ways you can ensure your eyes stay as healthy as possible!
Our speaker is Narmien Murdock, MD. She is a third-year resident in Georgetown University’s Ophthalmology Residency Program. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, she completed her undergraduate work and medical degree at Boston University and is published in multiple journals.
This program is organized by Friendship Heights Neighbors Network in partnership with the Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington. The event is part of FHNN’s collaboration with Little Falls Village.
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There will be an additional FHNN vision presentation on Tuesday, April 25 at 3:00 pm. The second presentation is on Low Vision Resources, Services, and Support. This virtual presentation is also free and open to all. You will need to register separately for this presentation. The link is on WAVE and also on the FHNN website, www.fhneighbors.org.