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According to the National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP), about 10% of the U.S. population has diabetes and at least 1 in 3 are pre-diabetic. The rates of diagnosed diabetes in adults by race/ethnic background are: 7.5% of non-Hispanic whites 9.2% of Asian Americans 12.5% of Hispanics 11.7% of non-Hispanic… Continue Reading Join us for a “Managing Diabetes in a Busy Life” Webinar
2018 Donors: We Appreciate You Thank you for your financial support of Council activities in 2018. Your gifts have made a direct impact in the lives of people experiencing vision loss. Your generosity has supported: Vision Services – low vision fair, open house for the… Continue Reading January 2019 On Sight
As we enter 2019, the Council is putting forth five dreams related to our current Legislative Priorities, that will inspire us and urge us to press forward. We believe these dreams could, with hard work and cooperative effort, be accomplished by the year 2027, when… Continue Reading Dreams to Foster Equity and Empower People in Wisconsin: Transportation and Civil Rights/ADA
Connection, advocacy and empowerment are all words that describe the Council’s annual Legislative Day. Many attendees expressed the invaluable experiences they had during this year’s event on Tuesday, April 10. Read on to learn why the day is so important to them and to the community at large! Continue Reading Legislative Update: May 2018