Eye care Eye care factsheets and forms These are SeeAbility’s most popular eye care factsheets and forms. We have created this easy access page to help people with learning disabilities, families, supporters and eye care and learning disability professionals to find our resources. Eye test forms for adults and children Telling the optometrist about me Feedback from my optometrist About your child and their eyes The results of your child's eye test Be aware of vision How to be eye care aware How to be eye care aware (easy read) Healthy Eyes Eye care messages People with Down’s Syndrome Eye Test Resources Having an Eye Test Functional Vision Assessment (pdf) Functional Vision Assessment (Word) If things go wrong Vision Passport Wearing glasses Getting new glasses - adults Getting new glasses - children Wearing glasses - adults Wearing glasses - children Getting the right support Diabetic Eye Screening Diabetes and your eyes How to use eye drops What is a cataract? Having a cataract operation Kerataconus What is Glaucoma Eye Clinic Feedback form Eye Surgery Support Plan Consent and Capacity LOCSU Pathway Easy Read Document More information about eye care for people with learning disabilities or autism. Email our Eye Care Team if you have any questions: [email protected] . Please consider supporting our life-changing work by donating below By supporting us you'll be helping people with learning disabilities get the good quality eye care they need and support them to have an equal right to sight. Please select a donation amount: * £50 [single] could provide specialist training to eye care professionals, so more people with learning disabilities are able to get the vital eye tests and glasses they need £25 [single] could fund specialist eye care equipment to help promote awareness of sight loss from our team of Eye Care Champions in the community £10 [single] could help us to lobby for more accessible eye tests for people with learning disabilities and autism, to reduce their risk of sight loss and isolation £20 [dd] a month could pay to run a digital training workshop to eye care professionals to prevent more people with learning disabilities and autism from losing their sight £10 [dd] a month could provide a support worker with vital training and information in recognising the signs of sight problems for someone with a learning disability £5 [dd] a month could help create accessible information for people with learning disabilities to learn how to look after their eyes and vision Other Set up a regular payment Donate .