SeeAbility have worked with Public Health England on their new eye care reasonable adjustments guide to support people with learning disabilities to ask for simple changes to get eye care equality.
The guide contains advice on how reasonable adjustments can make eye care services more accessible. It covers access for both adults and children to eye tests at the opticians, as well as hospital eye clinics.
SeeAbility are sure it’ll be a valuable resource for carers, learning disability professionals and providers of eye care services.
The guide signposts case studies, easy to use resources and includes examples of good practice from services in Bradford, Devon and Durham.
Click HERE for the guide.
For a simplified ‘easy read’ version, click HERE.