We’re fully committed to your vision…
that’s why our vision is for everyone to have access to high quality eye care. We provide home based eye examinations and low vision services to those who are unable to make it out to see an optician. Check whether you, or someone you know is eligible using our eligibility checker.

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Our home visits are carried out by fully qualified, experienced optometrists & dispensing opticians in the comfort of your own home.

We can provide a complete eye examination using the latest mobile testing equipment. In addition we can offer low vision assessments.

Contact us today to book an appointment and see if you’re eligible for a FREE NHS funded home sight test.

Find out if you are eligible for FREE eyecare with our eligibility checker.


@Home Healthcare is a home-based service providing eye examinations, low vision services, and care home visits across South Wales to those who are unable to make it out to see an optician. We’ve combined 50 years of healthcare professional expertise to bring our services into the community with one vision: improving the quality of our patients’ lives.

Very punctual, smart and friendly. They really helped to put my parents at ease. Excellent eye test and very thorough. I would highly recommend.

Lorraine - South Wales

Our Team

Our team is made up of DBS checked, fully qualified optometrists and dispensing opticians who treat their role as more than just a job. We have hand selected our optometrists for their empathy and interpersonal skills so we know our staff really care about their patients and carry out their work with integrity. We bring a personal touch and tailor our visits to the needs of each patient. Trust is key – and you can trust our staff to not only provide a top quality service, but to do so with care and compassion.

Wrapped Up Care

We are fully committed to your vision so we only use the latest technology and examination methods. We pride ourselves on every single eye test being carried out by a fully qualified dispensing optician and optometrist which ensures all our patients experience the highest level of expertise to improve their vision as much as possible. And it doesn’t stop when we walk out the door – we aim to develop ongoing relationships with our patients so whether it’s a lost frame or damaged glasses, our local team can be there for them whenever they need us.


Eye Examinations

If you’re unable to make it out to an opticians, our team can carry out your eye examination in the comfort of your own home. Our home visits are carried out by fully qualified optometrists and dispensing opticians and all eye tests are free to patients aged 60 or over and those on eligible NHS benefits.

Care Homes

@Home Healthcare can provide both eye examinations and low vision assessments to the residents of are homes through our care home scheme. As well as these services, we can also engrave the frames to avoid confusion and reduce loss.

My Mum who suffers from dementia had a home visit from Clare. Mum had an eye test at home and was shown a range of glasses to choose from.   Mum picked 2 pairs of glasses and returned with them a week later as well as recommending a magnifier for Mums low vision.  Throughout the process Clare called and updated me on what was happening.  A very professional and friendly service That I would highly recommend.

Kevin - London

Low Vision

@Home Healthcare can provide a Low Vision Assessment free of charge for any patient with a reduced visual acuity of N6 or worse. Our low vision dispensing optician will talk to each patient individually about what they would like the most help with – this could be reading, looking at photos, paying bills, dealing with medicine or even working on hobbies. The patient can then try out a selection of low vision aids such magnifiers and task lights, and any aid that is found to be beneficial to the patient can then be provided on loan free of charge.

Eligibility Checker

You may qualify for a free NHS eye test at home if you are unable to visit an optician unaccompanied due to a physical or mental disability and are at least ONE of the following::


Aged 60 or over


Registered blind or partially sighted


Diagnosed with diabetes or glaucoma


Considered to be at risk of glaucoma, as advised by an optician


Ages 40 or over with an immediate family member who has been diagnosed with glaucoma (parent, sibling, or son/daughter)


Receiving benefits (income support, income-based jobseeker’s allowance, income-related employment and support allowance, or pension credit guarantee credit)


Entitled to or named on a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate


On a low income and named on a valid HC2 (full help) or HC3 (partial help) certificate


Eligible for an NHS Complex Lens Voucher (we can advise on the entitlement)

NHS support towards the cost of your glasses

You may be entitled to NHS support towards the cost of your glasses if you are at least ONE of the following:


Are eligible for an NHS complex lens voucher


Recieve income support


Receive income-based jobseeker’s allowance (not contribution-based)


Receive pension credit guarantee


Receive income-based employment and support allowance (not contribution-based)


Are entitled to or named on a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate


Are names on a valid NHS certificate for full help with health costs (HC2)

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