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Yes, I,m back to make
sure you know about Individual Vision Plans VSP® .  I wrote about VSP at the end of last month
and received a lot of interest in this workable plan.
As we age, proper eye
care is critical, and our vision often changes every year, so a good vision plan
is vitally important.  We should be
receiving regular eye exams every year because they can show early signs of
cataracts, retinal degeneration, and glaucoma. 
Also, it’s possible to catch early stages of diabetes, hypertension, and
even some life-threatening conditions, such as a brain tumor, through a
thorough eye exam. 
My husband and I both
wear glasses now and both of us are very picky in the style of the
eye wear.  We join about 150 million
Americans wearing corrective eye wear and spending almost a total of $15 billion
a year to get what we like. 
He tried
contact lenses and decided to join me with the regular eye glasses for our
preferred eye wear. I also wear prescription sunglasses, because at age 63,
driving becomes more and more of a challenge. 
I don’t think I could drive in a big city if I didn’t have proper
eye wear I can rely upon to help me see. 
With all of this said,
it’s important to have a good  vision
plan. VSP  offers a individual vision
plans direct to consumers through VSPDIRECT.COM.  Vision plans are
available to all individuals and their families who currently do not have
vision coverage through an employer, are self-employed, or used to have vision
insurance through VSP, but their employer has now moved to another
carrier. It’s also a great option for anyone who’s at or nearing retirement and
wants to continue their doctor/patient relationship.   Many of us fall into that last category. 

I encourage you to
check out individual vision plans from VSP  HERE if you are in need of  quality eye care .  It can make such a difference at how much
comfort and joy we have as we age.
Disclaimer:  I was compensated for this post, but the opinions are my own.

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