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Mental Health First Aid Webinar

Saturday April 6, 2024

9:00am – 3:30pm via Zoom

Contact Hours: 5.5

Cost: FREE

Must meet criteria that 50% of their work is with youth, college age youth, or older adults.

Youth is defined as 12yrs-18yrs.


*Must register by 3/15/24 due to some pre-course online work that must be completed by the day of the course.*



Butler, Brown, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren County OT’s/OTA’s

You are invited to attend the HealthyEyes and Adult Vision Screening Webinar (free)

Register for a Webinar here:

2.5 CEU’s are available for OT’s/OTA’s upon completion of certification


To learn about the  common causes of vision loss
How to preserve vision health through early detection and treatment
To be nationally certified as an adult vision screener
To learn about accessing resources for people who cannot afford vision care

Half of all blindness can be prevented through early detection and treatmentToday, there are 3.8 million Ohioans affected by vision problems, which if not detected and treated early, could lead to blindness. Because of the growth in the aging population, there will be more Ohioans affected by vision robbing conditions. The impact of vision loss on the individual, his or her family, and Ohio is a significant public health concern.

Adult Vision Screening Training Program, you will be able to:

  • Perform near and distance visual acuity screenings
  • Educate people about “aging eye” diseases and disorders
  • Describe Adult Vision Screening Guidelines Published by Prevent Blindness 

Upon successful completion of the training and a practical assessment, you will be nationally certified to provide adult vision screenings for three years and are eligible to receive vision screening equipment includingAdult Risk Assessment and Registration Forms, vision screening charts and assorted educational vision resources and brochures. A short (15 minute) practical assessment is required via zoom.

HealthyEyes Program: enhances the services of Ohio’s health-care volunteers, senior care staff, and public health networks by providing access to prevention information, referral, and treatment resources for adult eye challenges. After completing the HealthyEyes portion of the program, you will be able to provide facts and information to prevent vision loss. You will receive a HealthyEyes Toolkit that contains a flash drive with many PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and materials to support the presentations. This provides you with the opportunity to be an advocate for eye health and safety!  

Questions? Contact Laura Schwartz at 800-301-2020, ext. 112 or [email protected] This program is free of charge thanks to our grant funders.