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Specsavers vision screening software being used by pupils at Ravenstone Preparatory School
Free vision screening equipment funded by Specsavers has benefited children at 1,000 schools across the UK since October 2015.The innovative software has been developed by scientists at City University London. Designed to be operated by teachers, other school staff or volunteers,  the kit is available at no cost to all 27,000 primary and secondary schools in the UK as part of Specsavers Screening for Schools campaign.
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Specsavers in Newport is one of three high street opticians in Gwent selected to provide a pioneering glaucoma service in the community by the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.Specialist eye...
Specsavers is supporting Dementia Friends for Dementia Awareness Week
As the nation marks Dementia Awareness Week (15-21 May), Specsavers is supporting Dementia Friends, an Alzheimer’s Society initiative, to help people develop an understanding of dementia and turn it...
Specsavers audiologist provides customer with hearing aids which have changed her life
‘I first noticed that I was struggling with my hearing a few years ago when I realised I couldn’t hear the TV and radio. I had to turn the volume up very loud and my husband Steve and daughter Zoe...
Celebrations in St Helens
This year marks 25 years in business for Specsavers Opticians and Audiologists in St Helens, with celebrations held recently for all customers, 62 staff and local shoppers to enjoy.
Six-year-old Harrison Evans
When a Uttoxeter mother noticed her son was squinting at the TV she thought he perhaps needed glasses, little did she know that the cause was far more sinister.