Resources for people with learning disabilities

Young man readingSeeAbility’s new look website makes finding resources for patients with learning disabilities much easier. 

 
A new 'Looking after your eyes' section offers a wide variety of clear information for adults and children with learning disabilities, including information on eye tests, wearing glasses, and getting the right support. 
 
Visit the Looking after you eyes resources on SeeAbility’s website.
 
Also, SeeAbility's updated optometrist database makes finding optometrists and opticians for people with learning disabilities much easier. 
 
Visit the Find an optometrist database on SeeAbility’s website
 
People with a learning disability are ten times more likely to have serious sight loss, and this will be much higher for people with severe or profound learning disabilities.
 
GPs may be the first port of call for the 1.4 million people with learning disabilities and their carers who are concerned about their eyes and vision.