Senior Vision Coalition

The Senior Vision Coalition is a collaboration of esteemed professionals dedicated to identifying and alleviating barriers to healthcare, specifically optometry and vision services, for older adults in the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area.

Community Health Needs Assessment
for Older Adults in Dallas

The Senior Vision Coalition is conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment for older adults in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. We would appreciate your participation in this assessment through the completion of a short survey.

The American population is aging. By 2050, 88 million Americans will be 65 or older, compared to the 48 million in 2020. By 2030, one in five Texans will be 65 or older. As the numbers of older Americans increases, the number of individuals suffering from or at risk for serious vision loss also increases. This 10-15 minute survey will assist us in identifying the most pressing health concerns and service gaps in our area.

The survey link below is administered through Google Forms. Your responses will be analyzed as part of our community health needs assessment. The assessment results will be shared with the community through this website. We look forward to developing actionable plans that address the identified needs outlined in the assessment.

On behalf of the Senior Vision Coalition, thank you for your contribution to this important effort.

Survey Link (English):

Survey Link (Spanish):



Meet the Coalition Members

Iftekhar Amin

University of North Texas

at Dallas

Jonathan Braddick

Feonix Mobility Rising:

AARP Ride@50+

Neva Fairchild

American Foundation

for the Blind

Sondi Fiegel

Methodist Health System

Denise Hernandez

DFW Community Health

Worker Association

Stanita Jackson

Dallas College

Tammy Johnson

Empowering the Masses

Sima Mozdbar

University of North Texas:

Health Science Center

LaTrica Rhynes-Hicks

Parkland Health

Amanda Tedesco

Center for Vision Health:

AmeriCorps VISTA