Webinars

 

YOU, DIABETES AND YOUR VISION

In this webinar hosted by Retina Port Elizabeth, Karen Denton, Head of Advocacy and Education Retina South Africa and an internationally renowned expert on Diabetes and Diabetic Retinopathy talks about Diabetes and how it affects your vision.

 

APPS, SMARTPHONES AND TECHNOLOGY FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PERSONS

In this webinar Johan Grove Specialist in the accessibility of mobile devices for visually impaired, deaf & physically disabled people discussed how technology, devices, smartphones and apps can improve communication skills and quality of life for people with low vision.

 

THINKING OF GENETIC TESTING FOR INHERITED RETINAL DISEASES?

Presented by Retina South Africa Port Elizabeth Branch.  

Speakers:
Malebo Malope, Genetic counsellor, Lecturer Medical Genetics & Genetic Counselling Unit,  Stellenbosch University; 
Sr. Gameda Benefeld, Intern Genetic Counsellor and Research Nurse, Division of Human Genetics, University of Cape Town
Panelists:
Gail Cillie, PE Office Manager
Yonela Hofu, PE Social Worker
Claudette Medefindt, Head of Science, Retina South Africa
 

DIABETES

Presented in part by the Low Vision Centre of Learning and Retina South Africa.  

Key Note Speaker: Karen Denton – Head of Advocacy and Education at Retina SA
 

WHY DON’T THOSE MEDS WORK FOR ME? ….. IS IT ALL IN THE GENES

Presented in part by the Low Vision Centre of Learning and Retina South Africa.  

Key Note Speaker: Karen Denton – Head of Advocacy and Education at Retina SA
Panelists: Claudette Medefindt – Head of Science Retina SA

THE AGEING EYE AND AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION

Presented by Retina South Africa Port Elizabeth Branch.
 

Key Note Speaker: Karen Denton – Head of Advocacy and Education at Retina SA
Panelists: Dr. Danie Louw – Ophthalmologist,
Dr. Olivia Read – Ophthalmologist,
Claudette Medefindt – Head of Science Retina SA,
Gail Cillie – Manager Retina SA PE Office.

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