Eye care professionals
We work to ensure people with learning disabilities receive the eye care they need.
We know thousands of people with learning disabilities are missing out on potentially life-changing eye tests or support with their sight loss, despite having an alarmingly high level of sight problems.
We provide a range of free resources for eye care professionals to support people with learning disabilities. We offer training and consultancy and we’re also often at the major eye care and vision conferences with our free resources.
You can add your optical practice to our database so people with learning disabilities know about the support you offer.
If you have any queries or need further help please contact us at email@example.com.
If you would like to claim one CET point for this webinar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with these details - CET Title: No-one is too disabled to have an eye test - C-72848
How to get involved
We would love to work with you and here are a number of ways you can support our work:
- Follow SeeAbility on social media: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram
- Download our resources
- Add your practice to our optometrists and dispensing opticians database
- Sign up to our newsletter to hear about how we're supporting people to live independent lives. You can also sign up to our eye care newsletter to get up to date information on supporting people with learning disabilities to have better eye care
- Find out how to make your practice accessible
- Take part in one of our interactive CET accredited training sessions
- Partner with SeeAbility
Find an optometrist
Search our database of optometrists and dispensing opticians who have shared information on their services for people with learning disabilities.
Eye care resources
Search our resources which have been created to help people with learning disabilities, families, supporters and eye care and learning disability professionals.
Eye Care and Vision Strategy 2021-2023
Since the inception of our public health work, SeeAbility’s Eye Care and Vision department has worked on a balance between the creation of new and more accessible services and the requirement to educate and raise awareness through our eye care messages.