Today discussion is about helping million more people in need. I was continually squinting round and didn’t recognise, who humans have been until they got up on me. I had a touch incident on Monday. Once I got mugged.You know, money was taken, glasses were broken. I cannot function without glasses. Blurry vision. I always went to Walgreen’s and bought. You know, always got the wrong prescription. Got headaches. Didn’t have the money, didn’t have the finances. When you don’t have the insurance to get the glasses, it’s harder. So you’re on a fixed income, and you can’t get, then it’s real hard.
Helping Million More People in Need
Last year, we reached an superb milestone, helping million more people in need to get critical eye care and eye wear from a VSP network physician.We didn’t want to stop there, so we set a new goal of helping a million more people get critical eye care for health maintainance and health insurance are also provided and eye wear by 2020. The U.S. Conference of Mayors is an important part of reaching that goal. In 2016, in partnership with local VSP network doctors and mayors across the U.S. We were able to bring our VSP Mobile Eyes clinics into communities in need, and provide 10,000 people access to no-cost eye exams and eye wear. Our city, one of its challenges is how expensive everything is, living costs. That’s why, we’re doing the whole lot we can, raising the minimal salary, building greater less expensive housing. On a day-to day basis, there are matters that we will do for humans.
I assume that is an fantastic benefit. I’m clearly satisfied to look VSP try this, not simply right here in San Francisco, however on a country wide foundation. They instructed me to come back in approximately an hour, I can’t trust it! And I can see from right here to Europe.
I love my glasses. This is awesome. When I got the glasses and I can see, that was the most exciting for me. It’s a lifesaver insurance. For you guys to do this, it’s just wonderful. You know, this community needs this. You don’t know what it’s like not to see. All the patients were so appreciative that we are taking the time to care for their eyes. For many of them, this is their first eye exam or an eye exam in 15, 20 years. We are able to change their lives. There’s nothing better than that. Thank you so much.