If your child is aged 16 or under (or 18 and under if they’re still in full time education), then the NHS will provide FREE eye tests and contribute towards the cost of glasses.
We’ve carefully tailored the pricing of our range of children’s glasses to ensure that the NHS allowance will cover the full cost. That means that our complete eye test service, and the whole range of children’s glasses are completely FREE!
We can also offer children’s prescription sunglasses and a wide selection of optional extras at very competitive prices.
And it’s not just children who can benefit! Free eye tests are typically available to anyone who is:
Aged 60 or over Aged 16 or under (or 18 and in full time education)
Diagnosed with Diabetes or Glaucoma
Considered to be at risk of Glaucoma (as advised by an Ophthalmologist)
Aged 40 or over and the patient, brother, sister, son or daughter of person diagnosed with Glaucoma
Registered partially sighted or blind
Eligible for an NHS complex lenses voucher as advised by the Optician
On low income and named on a valid HC2 (full help) or HC3 (partial help) certificate
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And if you or your partner receives the following benefits, the NHS will usually cover the cost of your eye tests as well:
Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance,
Income-based Employment and Support Allowance,
Pension Credit Guarantee Credit or
Receiving Tax Credits and meeting qualifying conditions
To find out whether you qualify for assistance with the cost of eye tests and glasses or contact lenses, you can speak to us directly by calling your nearest branch today (or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org), or you can contact NHS Direct via their website.
To book your next eye test, call you nearest branch today or email email@example.com To see what’s involved in a typical eye examination,click here