Looking after your eyesInformation resources for adults and children with learning disabilities Use the navigation bar below, or click on one of the four boxes on our overview page to get started. Alternatively, go directly to an easy access list of our resources. When you see the icon it means there is a document or factsheet available to download, and when you see the icon it is in easy read. Overview Be aware of vision Eye tests Wearing glasses Getting the right support Accessible Information Standard The Accessible Information Standard aims to make sure that disabled people have access to information that they understand and communication support they might need. This includes making information available in easy read, which is helpful for many people with learning disabilities. All organisations that provide NHS or adult social care must follow the Accessible Information Standard by law and in full from 31st July 2016. The standard includes organisations that provide eye care services like opticians and hospital eye clinics. SeeAbility has created lots of free, easy read resources. These will help eye care services to be compliant with the Accessible Information Standard. Opticians and hospitals can use the resources to give to patients and everyone can access the materials themselves on this website. Some of our popular easy read documents Telling the optometrist about me Feedback from my optometrist Getting new glasses - adults Diabetes eye screening Having a cataract Cataract operation How to use eye drops Contact There are many more easy read factsheets throughout our looking after your eyes section. If you would like to get in touch to talk about our existing resources or developing new ones please contact Stephen Kill (National Manager - Eye Care and Vision) on 07738 040 307 or email: [email protected] And here's more information about the Accessible Information Standard.