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Your home visiting optician

Providing NHS Services

Eye tests


One of our friendly and fully qualified, registered and experienced opticians will arrive to give you a comprehensive eye health test as you would expect to find in a High Street optician using the latest portable diagnostic equipment.

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Free NHS sight tests if you're eligible

Friendly staff to care for your individual needs

Extensive range of affordable frames & lenses

Thorough fitting service and fast delivery

Visits in the comfort of your own home

Happy to solve any issues you may have


You may qualify for a NHS funded eye test at home if you are unable to visit an optician unaccompanied due to physical or mental disability and are any of the following:

  • At home: if you are unable to leave home unaccompanied because of physical or mental illness or disability.

  • At a residential or care home: if you normally live there and you are unable to leave the home unaccompanied because of physical or mental illness or disability.

  • At a day centre: if you would have difficulty in obtaining sight testing services from practice premises because of physical or mental illness or disability or because of difficulties in communicating your health needs unaided.

You qualify for a free NHS funded sight test if you are:

  • Aged 60 or over.

  • Aged under 16.

  • Aged 16,17 or 18 in fulltime education.

  • Diagnosed with diabetes or glaucoma.

  • Considered to be at risk of glaucoma (as advised by an ophthalmologist).

  • Aged 40 and over and the parent, brother, sister son or daughter of a person diagnosed with glaucoma.

  • Registered blind or partially sighted.

  • Eligible for an NHS complex lens voucher (your optician will advise on your entitlement).

  • Claiming Benefit (Income Support, Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income-based Employment and Support Allowance, Pension Credit Guarantee Credit or receiving Tax Credits or Universal Credit and meeting qualifying conditions).

  • On a low income and named on a valid HC2 (full help) or HC3 (partial help) certificate.