For People with Down's Syndrome : Eyes and Sight

Woman with Down's syndrome wearing glasses


Look after your eyes

Some people with Down’s syndrome have problems with their eyes. Many people with Down’s syndrome need glasses. Do you wear glasses?

Read Kate Powell’s blogs about going for an eye test and getting the right glasses.

SeeAbility has a guide to looking after your eyes: Download information about looking after your eyes.

SeeAbility wants to train people with learning disabilities to teach other people how to look after their eyes.

SeeAbility have also published a report that explains why everyone with a learning disability needs good eye-care: Download their easy-read report.

Would you like to help other people care for their eyes? Find out how you can help: Information about Opening Eyes Project – SeeAbility.

These websites are not made by the DSA. We have tried to check these websites, but we are not responsible for their content.


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