Longtime AOA leader leaves legacy

It is with great sadness that the AOA notes the passing of Beth Kneib, O.D., 62, on May 8, 2019. A longtime AOA leader and volunteer, Dr. Kneib is remembered for an enduring passion toward her work, family and her colleagues.Read more >

May 13, 2019

3 reasons Optometry’s Meeting® is the place to be

Optometry’s Meeting is your chance to make a positive impact on your career and the profession. Here’s what you can expect from the profession’s premier meeting in St. Louis.Read more >

May 13, 2019

Contact Lens Rule revisions aren’t enough, AOA says

The AOA will continue to fight for doctors and patients; member doctors asked to ensure optometry is heard loud and clear.Read more >

May 9, 2019

Three siblings follow mother and grandfather into profession of optometry

In celebration of Mother’s Day, optometric family shares their experiences.Read more >

May 8, 2019

AOA’s ‘United in Possibilities’ campaign earns Gold Circle Award

The ASAE Gold Circle Award recognizes the success and effectiveness of AOA’s new membership recruitment campaign, launched nationwide this past year. Read more >

May 7, 2019

New WHO guidance: Very limited daily screen time recommended for children under 5

Recommendations and concerns about digital devices should be shared with parents, doctor of optometry says.Read more >

May 6, 2019