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Make your practice shine in 2020 through paraoptometric certification

September 21, 2020

Doctors of optometry may enroll their paraoptometric staff as associate members at no additional membership dues for the AOA-member doctor. Once enrolled as associate members, doctors' staff members automatically have access to the Paraoptometric Resource Center's career development resources. Read More >

BREAKING: Optometry, patients win in Arkansas as ballot challenge to expanded practice law is invalidated

September 17, 2020

The high court’s ruling ends the current bid by an ophthalmology-backed effort to place the state’s new optometric scope of practice act on the ballot for November. Read More >

Contact Lens Rule Modernization Act introduced in the U.S. Senate

September 16, 2020

FTC rule set to take effect in October. Read More >

POA OFFICE SCHEDULE

The POA office building has reopened with staff working in-person and remotely on a rotating schedule to reduce capacity. While email remains the best option to reach staff directly, someone will be available on a daily basis to answer your calls and happy to help or direct you to the appropriate person. 

Joseph Ricci Joe@poaeyes.org
Deborah Blanchard Deb@poaeyes.org
Ilene Sauertieg Ilene@poaeyes.org
Kelsey Rodkey Kelsey@poaeyes.org 
Jean Herlihy Jean@poaeyes.org
Joanne Cope Joanne@poaeyes.org
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