Multicultural Blog

Looking for ways to better serve your culturally diverse patients? Hear from the experts. This blog features insights and best practices from Transitions Optical’s Diversity Advisory Board members. Feel free to post questions and start a conversation!

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Multicultural Blog


Looking for ways to better serve your culturally diverse patients? Hear from the experts. This blog features insights and best practices from Transitions Optical’s Diversity Advisory Board members. Feel free to post questions and start a conversation!


A Closer Look at Asian-American Culture and Implications for Providing Eye Care

On May 13, 2014
If you keep up with national observances – particularly those related to health – you know that there’s a lot going on in May. It’s National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, UV Awareness Month and Better Hearing and Speech Month. May is also home to National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, Women’s Health Week and Gout Awareness Day.

Taking a Cue from Hispanic Bloggers on the Demand for Education

On April 10, 2014
There’s something satisfying about getting the opportunity to watch history in the making. I feel I’ve had the unique opportunity to do just that over the past three years through my attendance at Hispanicize, the leading forum for more than 1,500 Hispanic bloggers. Over these years, I have observed the explosive growth of the influential blogger medium to reach Hispanic consumers.

Preventing Vision Loss Through Encouragement of Early, Regular Eye Care

On March 4, 2014
The loss of vision ranks high among the fears of many Americans. In fact, a 2007 study by the American Optometric Association found that vision was the sense people valued most and would not want to live without. Other studies have shown that people would rather experience other serious issues, ranging from memory loss to heart disease, than lose their sight.

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