Low Vision Eye Care

Unfortunately there are eye conditions that can affect sight in such a way that cannot be easily rectified by changing your glasses.

We believe it is important to be realistic when it comes to helping you maintain good sight and have developed an unrivalled level of experience in dealing with low vision.

Low vision can expose you to many over inflated claims regarding "strong" magnifiers or "special glasses. We believe that a low vision aid should only be supplied once you have been assessed individually by a suitably experienced optician. 

Whether you are seen in one of our many hospital based low vision clinics or in your local branch, we are confident that we can find a low vision magnifying aid that will suit your needs.

For more information on low vision services see our Fact Sheets page or for services and products available in your area please contact your local branch.


When entering our practices we ask you to wear a face covering unless you have a clinical reason exempting you from wearing one.



Please do not book an appointment or attend your practice if you or any member of your household has symptoms of cough, fever, shortness of breath or loss of taste or smell.

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Due to pressures associated with COVID19 all of our practices are working on an appointment only basis. Additionally some of our practices may be operating to slightly different hours and we would suggest you call the practice before attending.