Baby Boomers likely need glasses and
regular eye exams. And just as likely, this will not
be covered by an independent health insurance policy.
Vision care for Baby Boomers can be an expensive issue.
But there are some programs that mitigate the cost to you.
Baby Boomers not covered by insurance can
still enjoy savings on vision care services and
products simply by:
EyeMed Vision Care, founded by LensCrafters offers
affordable vision care insurance to small businesses.
This is the AARP program for individuals.
If you cannot afford vision care, many state
and national resources regularly provide aid to people with
vision problems. You may also contact a social worker
at a local hospital or other community agency. Social
workers often are knowledgeable about community resources
that can help people facing financial and medical problems.