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How to prepare for, attend, and understand the results of an eye test for adults and children. Click on the pages below to find out more.
Adults with learning disabilities are ten times more likely to have serious sight problems than other people.Read more
It is recommended that all children who have a learning disability have a full eye examination (sight test) at least once a year.Read more
Supporting someone to make the eye test easier.Read more
Our database of optometrists is a searchable map so you can find the right place to get an eye test.Read more
People with learning disabilities need good support to help them get the most from their sight test.Read more
The many different parts of an eye test explained.Read more
SeeAbility has developed some resources to help explain what happens in an eye test using Makaton signs.Read more
It is important that you find out as much information as possible about what the optometrist found.Read more
There are a range of people involved in eye care and sight loss and here we explain what they do.Read more