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Specsavers Home Visits

Making a difference - in the community

As a domiciliary optometrist, you can help our most vulnerable customers with their eyesight in the comfort of their homes.

You’ll see a range of conditions and increased pathology, making the role clinically engaging and a refreshing change from the familiar test room.

There is real flexibility and with a great work/life balance, you’ll have more time to do the things you enjoy and be with the people you love. You can work part time, with hours tailored to suit, and can work some days in store to give you even more variety.

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Busting the myths with a day behind the scenes

If you’re wondering what a day with Specsavers Home Visits is really like, watch this short video and see what Optometrist Director Kejal Shah and her team get up to.

Kejal qualified from Aston University in 2004, moving to Hertford to complete her pre-reg and then to Bethnal Green where she started her Pathway to Partnership and took on the store in Feltham. After a brief stint in Australia, she returned to the UK to become a domiciliary partner, a role she describes as “absolutely amazing” (you can read her story here).

Try a shadow day on us

We’re ready to take you on a paid shadow day so that you can experience domiciliary for yourself.

It’s a great opportunity to go out with one of our teams and find out what it’s really like and what you would do on a day-to-day basis. you’ll have a chance to ask questions directly to the people already doing the role, see the equipment they use, and spend time with our customers.

Dame Mary Perkins on life as a domiciliary optometrist

As a passionate advocate of domiciliary work, Specsavers’ Co-Founder Dame Mary Perkins talks about the life-changing work of domiciliary optometrists and the true meaning of providing eyecare for everyone – including those who are housebound or in care homes.

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