For our A B See campaign, we’ve put together some digital and printable resources to help you spread the word about the importance of looking after young eyes as well as making it fun for children to learn about eye health.
The easiest way to get involved is to download our campaign pack which includes a video for social media, information leaflet, worksheets for children and more.
If you would also like to find out the best way to get started, read our tips on how to make the most of your materials.
A B See – campaign pack (zip file, [80 mb])
- Children’s eye health patient leaflet
- Video for social media
- Five tips for protecting your children's eyes video
- Animal eye facts worksheet
- Design glasses and draw eyes worksheet
- Website banner and mid-page unit (MPU)
There are lots of ways to get involved in the A B See campaign. To help you get started we’ve compiled some tips.
Video for social media
Social media is a great way to spread the word - you can use our short video on social media, along with a link to, www.aop.org.uk/absee, using the hashtag #ABSee. Don’t forget to ask your friends and family to do the same.
The AOP will also be sharing more social media posts from the 22 August – find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
OT has also produced a patient-friendly video for practices to use, which is now part of the electronic campaign resource pack. The short video explores five simple tips that parents can follow for protecting their child's eyes.
Use our leaflet on children’s eye health to find out why sight is so important for a child’s academic and social development. We recommend that children have a sight test from around the age of three, at least every two years, so that any problems can be picked up and treated early.
Print our worksheets Animal eye facts and Design glasses and draw eyes for your child to complete – to make learning about eye health fun.
Website banner and MPU
If you have a blog or a personal website you can help promote the A B See campaign by uploading the MPU or banner and linking to http://www.aop.org.uk/absee
They can be uploaded in the same way you would upload any image.
You can also find out more information about looking after eyes in our For patients section.