[The Glaucoma Community] has been wonderful and informative!
I appreciate the forum and wish it had been around when I was first diagnosed in 2006. 😊
Program Coordinator and Social Media Specialist—Glaucoma Research Foundation
Glaucoma patients have been waiting for this for a very long time! I believe this app has the potential to serve as a platform for Glaucoma Patient Support Groups. My favorite feature is the customizable News Feed, which lists so many relevant articles for patients and caregivers.
I’m definitely learning things I had no idea of.
I like this community. I appreciate that the focus stays on the subject of glaucoma. I had been searching for a glaucoma support group for some time. It does help to be able to share talk about glaucoma with others who have the same condition.
To The Glaucoma Community team. I am new to this community site but not to the disease of glaucoma. I am really enjoying the app and site. Not only do I find it easy to use, but it provides much-needed information for all levels. I love the library and notebook sections as well as being able to communicate with others that have glaucoma.
The Glaucoma Community is free and available via web browser or Apple iOS and Android mobile app
Stay informed with your customized Newsfeed
Keep up-to-date on the latest glaucoma news with your personalized in-app Newsfeed that features content vetted by leading experts in the medical, scientific, and patient advocacy fields.
Build connections and get community support
Connecting with other glaucoma patients and caregivers is a great way to share experiences, advice, and encouragement. You can chat with other users and post comments, photos, and videos.
Easily organize and update your medical information
Use the Patient One-Sheet to store all of your medical information and save valuable time at the doctor’s office. You can print, share, and download this easy-to-use, patient-designed dropdown form.
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