At Optical In Sight we support the local community and provide a valuable service to assist, identify and treat those with eye problems, from the infants to the elderly and everyone in between.
Each year we donate sunglasses for children, vouchers, eye accessories to increase awarenesses of UV protection, many people wear hats but not sunglasses.
At Optical In Sight we give back to the wider community as well, twice a year we donate a percentage of our profits to UNICEF to help those less fortunate than us.
Optical In Sight is a leading optometrist and is requested to assist with the clinical supervision of university students who are studying. The syllabus clinical teaching element is required as a pre requisite where the students can come in for professional advice, hands on experience from real optometrists for three months for each university.
This brings to life and teaches them skills which cannot be taught in a class room and some of the tasks can include dry eye assessment, orthokeratology and children’s testing.
Every year as part of Elise’s annual leave for the last 5 years she spends two weeks doing voluntary work which sees her travelling to remote and regional areas such as Northern Territory and Broome.
It is in these remote locations that she conducts eye testing, as these areas are often not equipped with the people nor the resources