Tầm nhìn của chúng tôi
Chúng tôi mong muốn loại bỏ mù lòa mầm non có thể phòng ngừa được trên toàn cầu. Tầm nhìn của chúng tôi: ngăn trẻ em mất đi tầm nhìn của chúng.
Sứ mệnh của chúng tôi
Chúng tôi nâng cao nhận thức cộng đồng về Glow (leukocoria) và hơn hai mươi bệnh mắt liên quan đến ánh sáng khác nhau và thúc đẩy hành động để ngăn ngừa mù lòa ở trẻ em.
Mục đích của chúng tôi
Chúng tôi giúp cha mẹ nhìn thấy tầm nhìn của con mình trong một ánh sáng mới. Bởi vì không có đứa trẻ nào nên bị mù do một bệnh về mắt có thể phòng ngừa được.
Beyond The Glow was created for families because often our journey does not end with detecting the glow and getting treatment, but can in fact create a lifetime of learning how to navigate an eye condition. Christina Gill recognized there was a need for extra resources for families, especially children that were not able to communicate yet. Having a toddler who cannot fully articulate his needs and how he feels has sparked the idea of one resource page directing to so many different great resources that are available for families. This is a constantly evolving resource page and we encourage you to share with us resources that you have felt useful on our Know The Glow Community Facebook page.
Websites To Check Out!
Prevent Blindness has declared 2022 the “Year of Children’s Vision.” The goal is to highlight and address the diverse and critical vision and eye health needs of children and to improve outcomes through advocacy, public health, education, and awareness. Check out this page for more about this initiative and additional resources.
NORD’s Rare Disease Database provides brief introductions and related links for patients and caregivers to various rare diseases.
Simple search tool to locate nearby doctors specifically for retinoblastoma
Founded by Shelby Perry, Eyehesive provides an online community, empowerment program, adhesive eye patches, and additional resources for individuals with eye loss.
This site has been established by ocularists to provide relevant information and support for people who require an artificial eye.
Communities To Explore!
Facebook reached over a billion monthly active users in September 2012, making it easy for users to find and connect to others through supportive community groups.
Google Groups lets users participate in online discussions. Connected to Google, this social media site allows users to stay organized.
Inspire connects patients, families, friends, caregivers and health professionals, providing health and wellness support.
Users can join this registry to connect with others in similar situations. Access this site to read through other patients’ stories, learn from their experiences, and share your own.
Hosted by trusted patient advocates, this is a place where rare disease patients can connect with others globally. Joining or forming a group through Rare Connect can helps users provide support to others, while learning from their experiences.
RareShare is a social hub that helps build communities for patients, families, and healthcare professionals affected by rare conditions.