Can I Bring Anyone With Me To The Initial Screening?
Mr Glenn Carp – “We encourage all patients at any time to bring relatives or friends with them to all their visits, not only the initial screening but also the aftercare visits as well. The idea behind that is that often there is a lot of information to take in in one day and it is nice to have someone with you to be able to bounce ideas with afterwards and help improve your own understanding.”
Initial Screening Explained Further…
Yes, you are more than welcome to bring someone with you to the initial screening. Your companion will be able to accompany you for most of the screening with the Patient Care Coordinator and the optometrist.
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