While lots of us are taking the time at home to take on DIY projects, 23 year old gas engineer Taylor recently learned the difficulties with DIY when he got wood chippings in his eye on his day off.
Given the current climate, Taylor and his mum Phyllis didn’t want to go to Moorfields eye hospital, but he was in a lot of pain, so Phyllis phoned Specsavers in Crouch End.
Staying open to serve
Rajiv Kotecha, the store director at Crouch End, was closing up for the day, but when Phyllis phoned he knew that Taylor would need a full eye health check as a result of the wood chippings.
He stayed open so that Taylor could come in and have the full eye health check, flush out his eye and supply some drops to ease the pain.
Phyllis says: ‘The process was really easy and I was really chuffed that Rajiv was able to see us so that we could avoid going to the hospital.’
Thanks the technology that is available in store, Specsavers in Crouch End are able to offer full eye health checks that can be sight-saving.
Rajiv says: ‘Cases like Taylor’s can often happen when we are undertaking new projects so I am really pleased to be able to help him. We want the local community to know that we are here to help for all essential eye health needs so please do give us a call.’