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Specsavers store team in Trongate Glasgow celebrate first autism-friendly award
Staff at the busy Trongate store achieved the Autism Friendly Award after making changes to reduce the difficulty and distress many autistic people feel during eye tests. This included introducing weekly quiet times and a chill out area, creating a pamphlet to explain exactly what happens during an eye test, and providing autism awareness training for staff. 
Pablo has his eyes on the prize
Pablo Colella from Kidderminster has beaten off competition from thousands of other specs wearers to be named as a regional semi-finalist in the Specsavers’ Spectacle Wearer of the Year competition....
Oliver Proudlock shares his summer style with Specsavers
Fashion Guru and Specsavers ambassador Oliver Proudlock knows a thing or two about beach-ready style. Here he shares his perennial summer essentials.
Specsavers chief audiologist Nick Taylor offers some hearing protection advice
Protecting your hearing might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of summer, but it’s an important health factor that shouldn’t be overlooked.
Jagdeep Singh from Specsavers in Telford with retired GP, Dr Richard Walton
A routine eye examination at a Telford opticians has saved the sight of a local man and retired GP, Dr. Richard Walton.Sight saving decision 
digital precision eyecare in use
Digital Precision Eyecare at Specsavers has won the Personalisation Initiative of the Year at the Retail Week Customer Experience Awards.