NEW YORK—Next Monday, millions will turn their eyes to the sky for a solar eclipse. For those in certain areas of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, the eclipse will be total—but a partial eclipse will be visible throughout the entire continental United States. For ECPs throughout the country, reminding patients about the dangers of watching the eclipse unprotected has been a central focus for the past few months, as reported in VMAIL Weekend earlier in March.

With just a few days to go until the eclipse, it’s time to double down. This week, we’re taking a look at how indies are using social media to remind followers to protect their eyes on Monday. Grab some inspiration, and let’s get going.

In Houston, the team at Family Eyecare Experts showed patients what eclipse glasses look like. Image via familyeyecareexperts on Instagram

The Dr. Tavel team put together a guide to watching the eclipse safely. Image via drtavel on Instagram

Envision Family Eyecare in Lexington, S.C., shared a video from Rudrani Banik, MD, who practices in New York City, that explains the best ways to keep your eyes safe while watching the eclipse. Image via envision_family_eyecare on Instagram

Columbus, Ohio-based Eye Co. shared a guide from the Ohio Optometric Association. Image via on Instagram

Refined Eye Care in New Braunfels, Texas, got their most adorable employee to spread the word. Image via refinedeyecarenbtx on Instagram