It’s extremely important your residents are having their eyes tested regularly. The majority of eye conditions don’t have any symptoms, so one or more of your service users could have a visual problem without even knowing it.

Click here to find out how Care Home Opticians can help.

Should one of your residents require eyewear they’re in for a treat. As well as supplying a large range of spectacles, our optician also carries a wide variety with him when he makes visits.

To find out more about the glasses we supply, please click here.

When it comes to keeping your residents’ vision in great health you could also be making your job easier. Visual problems can cause accidents including falls and bumps; most of which can be prevented with the right knowledge.

Click here to find out how some simple changes could make your work load lighter.

Your residents can receive the first class eye care they deserve, from the comfort of their own surroundings

When it comes to your residents’ wellbeing you want the very best for them don’t you? You want them to be comfortable, happy and healthy. What if you could dramatically increase their quality of life simply by offering them a thorough eye examination from a friendly, recommended optician?

Did you know that the correct prescription eyewear could reduce the number of accidents one or more of your residents are having? Whether they believe they need eyewear or not, an in-depth eye examination could reveal findings about your resident’s eye health that had gone unnoticed in the past.

As well as the majority of eye conditions having no symptoms, the elderly are also more susceptible to certain eye problems. It’s extremely important that every one of your residents has their eyes tested thoroughly once a year. However you have 101 things to think about already don’t you? That’s where I can help.

My name is Nirinder Hunjan and I own and run a successful domiciliary optical service called On Call Opticians. I am naturally cheery and approachable and have chosen to dedicate myself solely to delivering first class eye examinations to those who cannot get to an optician unaided. So how can I help you?

I appreciate that you’re extremely busy. Along with lots of your patients considering eye tests unnecessary, you may not have time to keep on top of when each of your service users are due their next check-up; leave that to me.

If you choose to take advantage of my services, no effort is required from you or your team. You simply arrange for me to come and visit one, five, ten or even all of your residents and I’ll take the rest from there. I will send polite reminders to you when your residents are due their eye tests; tailor every eye test I conduct to meet the needs of the person receiving it and use specialist equipment that you would expect to see in a practice. I also carry a great selection of eyewear for individuals to choose from; fit, order and deliver spectacles and create a number of health reports including falls assessments.

You may be wondering about your residents with mental disabilities, maybe those with conditions such as dementia or Alzheimer’s. Rest assured that they too are in the very best hands. As well as having years of experience working with individuals with mental disabilities, I am also trained to deal with all types of behaviour in a calm and compassionate manner.

Whether your current optician is too slow to deliver important eyewear to your residents, or you’re simply looking for a fresh friendly face, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

I promise to aid you in providing the most indisputable care for your residents.

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7 Reasons why you should have your eyes tested at home

March 3rd, 2015|0 Comments

At Care Home Opticians, we believe that every single person should receive […]

We are specialist home-visiting opticians, and can either carry out eye tests in your own home or visit nursing homes where necessary. Our optical services are completely mobile which means we can bring your eye examination to you, whether you’re housebound, disabled or a nursing home resident. We are also fully qualified to conduct eye examinations for individuals with learning difficulties or dementia.

Following your eye test, we are able to supply a variety of visual aids to suit your prescription and personal requirements. These include standard glasses, normal and wraparound sunglasses and specialised low vision aids, as well as accessories such as cords, chains, cloths, cases and repair kits.

Our optometry services and home visits cover the following areas:

Birmingham: Sutton Coldfield, Edgbaston, Harborne, Shirley, Selly Oak, Northfield, Kingsheath, Barnt Green

Solihull: Chelmsley Wood, Hampton in Arden, Meriden, Hockley Heath

Walsall: Aldridge, Brownhills, Darlaston, Willenhall

Wolverhampton: Bilston, Wednesfield, Penn, Perton, Tettenhall

Dudley: Brierly Hill, Halesowen, Sedgley, Kingswinford, Stourbridge

Sandwell: Oldbury, Rowley Regis, Smethwick, West Bromwich, Tipton, Wednesbury

South Staffordshire: Cannock Chase, Lichfield, Newcastle under Lyme, Tamworth

Shropshire: Bridgnorth, Whitchurch, Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Church Stretton, Ludlow

Telford & Wrekin: Newport, Oakengates, Telford, Wellington

Worcestershire: Kidderminster, Bromsgrove, Redditch, Worcester, Malvern Hills, Wrye Forest

Coventry & Warwickshire