Eye care pathway for people with learning disabilities

Latest News 8 May 2024

SeeAbility have worked with local eye care services to improve access for people with learning disabilities and autistic people. These areas now offer an Easy Eye Care pathway, which means longer appointments through opticians who have had additional training on supporting people with learning disabilities, including about using easy read information and being able to test people who find it hard to talk.

There are a range of resources on their website and you can see the list of participating opticians practices (just enter your location and select Easy Eye Care) – https://primaryeyecare.co.uk/find-a-practice/