Approach your Diabetic Macular Edema (DME) with confidence with these helpful resources and tools.
Even with regular eye exams, DME can get worse.1,2 It is important to check your vision between appointments to stay ahead of any changes. The Amsler Grid is a simple tool to help you test your own eyes at home every day. Download the Amsler Grid with instructions here.
Receiving a DME diagnosis can be overwhelming. Find out more by downloading this informative brochure on DME to get the information you need in one place.
Whether you’re heading to your first eye doctor appointment or you've been going for years, an open and honest conversation is central to managing your DME. Consider downloading this Appointment Guide for important questions to ask your eye doctor.
an Appointment Guide to help you get
the most out of your next visit to
your eye doctor.
The DME patient mentor program lets you ask questions, share your experiences, and speak with someone who fully understands what you're going through. Register today by calling the toll-free number at: 1-844-706-5721.
Rides In Sight provides information about transportation options in local communities throughout the United States for seniors or others with visual impairments. Visit the Rides In Sight website or call the hotline (1-866-60-RIDES) Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern Time. Any questions you have about transportation options should be answered within 24 hours.
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