Since 1909, the Ontario Association of Optometrists (OAO) has been dedicated to helping our member optometrists provide the highest standard of eye health and vision care. The OAO helps to advance the profession at the government, regulatory and public levels; increasing awareness and understanding.
For optometrists, the association offers a wide range of services including group insurance plans, an annual Symposium, continuing education credits, regional workshops, public information materials and a quarterly newsletter, to name just a few of the many opportunities we support to help optometrists care for their patients.Go to Site
Doctors of Optometry Canada is the national public-facing education campaign of the Canadian Association of Optometrists and the 10 provincial optometric associations.
Eye Recommend is a network of independent optometrists who came together in 1997 to raise the level of Canadian eye care. Each Eye Recommend clinic is owned by an eye doctor. Optometrists can diagnose and treat eye problems on top of performing vision testing and writing prescriptions.
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The Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) is the professional association representing over 3,600 Doctors of Optometry in Canada.
Four main objectives of the CAO are:
CNIB is a registered charity, passionately providing community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.
To do that, our dedicated specialists work with people of all ages in their own homes, communities or local CNIB offices – providing the personalized rehabilitation support they need to see beyond vision loss, build their independence and lead the lives they want.
In addition to our community-based services, we also work hand-in-hand with Canadians who are blind or partially sighted to advocate for a barrier-free society, and we strive to eliminate avoidable sight loss with world-class research and by promoting the importance of vision health through public education. Go to Site
College of Optometrists of Ontario
The College of Optometrists of Ontario is the self-regulatory authority accountable for registering (licensing) and governing optometrists in Ontario. The authority and limitations of the College’s powers can be found in legislation including the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, the Health Professions Procedural Code, the Optometry Act and Regulations.
The mission of the College is to serve the public interest by guiding the profession of optometry. At the College, the underlying goal of every activity is to ensure that patients have access to safe, ethical and high quality care. Go to Site
The Bronte Village Business Improvement Area (BIA) allows local business people and property owners in Bronte Village to join together and with the support of the Town of Oakville, to organize, finance and carry out physical improvements and promote economic development in the area of Bronte Village. Click below to check out the Bronte Village BIA website.Go to Site