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    Answering your questions about eye health and macular disease

    Our eye health video series answers some of the frequently asked questions about macular disease.

    The video series covers age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic eye disease, and living well with macular disease or vision loss.

    We also have videos for eye health professionals interested in aligning with us to provide support and services to patients.

    Please choose a video series from the list of topics below. We’ll be adding more short videos to this series soon.

    If you have any further questions or you’d like information and support, please call our National Helpline on 1800 111 709. All MDFA services are free.

    National Helpline

    1800 111 709

    Videos on AMD and your eye health

    One in seven people over the age of 50 has some evidence of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). These videos will help you understand more about the disease.

    Videos on diabetic eye disease and your health

    Everyone with diabetes is at risk of diabetic eye disease, including diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular oedema. There’s more information in this series of eye health videos.

    Videos on nutrition and lifestyle for eye health

    You can reduce your risk of sight loss from macular disease with simple lifestyle changes. These short videos provide information on monitoring your vision, nutrition and lifestyle choices to help support eye health.

    Videos for living with vision loss

    Living with vision loss can be challenging. But with the right information and support, it’s possible to live well, and live independently. Find out more in this helpful video series.

    Videos for health professionals

    These short videos are aimed at health professionals. Learn more about how we can work together to support your patients through their macular disease journey.

    Our sponsors

    The eye health video series has been produced by MDFA, with funding from NSW Health and from one of our corporate partners, Novartis.

    Commonwealth government