The Program

Contact lens wear and care isn’t complicated

Yet just like with anything else, wearers get busy and sometimes forget to follow good practices. Lost or unread instructions, lack of time, forgetfulness—can all get in the way, even for those who have the best of intentions.

As your patient’s eye care professional, you want to help contact lens wearers keep up with safety practices to keep their eyes healthy.

We’re making it easy for you to share wear and care tips with your patients

The EASY Way offers simplified tools to help you have lasting conversations with your contact lens patients about health and safety habits.

These free tools are available for download to anyone who fits contact lenses or interacts with lens wearers, including:

  • Optometrists
  • Ophthalmologists
  • Opticians
  • Technicians
  • Optical shop representatives
  • Administrators

Practice staff can also take the quiz to show off their knowledge of The EASY Way. Once you review the material and pass the online quiz, you’ll gain access to a downloadable certificate and badge for your office and communications.

About the Contact Lens Institute 

The Contact Lens Institute advances the latest innovations in safe and effective contact lens and lens care products and services that provide unique benefits to patients while satisfying the evolving needs of eye care professionals. CLI undertakes activities that properly assess, enhance, promote and balance contact lens and lens care industry welfare and growth, including the safe use of products in the marketplace. Its members include Alcon, Bausch + Lomb, CooperVision, and Johnson & Johnson Vision. For more information, visit contactlensinstitute.org.

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Who Can Follow The EASY Way?

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