Looking after your eyes Accessible Practice Guide If you can get eye care right for people with learning disabilities, you can get it right for everyone. SeeAbility has released a new guide to help make your optometry practice more accessible for people with disabilities. People with learning disabilities are much more likely to have sight problems than other people and we want to make sure they get the eye care they desperately need. Download the digital version Download a printable version Optometrist database Our optometrist map gives people with learning disabilities and autism (or their supporters) the means to find a local eye health specialist who can meet their specific needs. If your practice is able to offer services for people with disabilities, add your practice to the map by filling out our short form.