Keeler Donate Pulsair intelliPuff® to Vision Care for Homeless People

Leading Ophthalmic manufacturer Keeler has provided a much needed Pulsair intelliPuff® tonometer to non-profit charity Vision Care for Homeless People at its clinic in Victoria, London.

Harinder Paul, CEO of Vision Care and a trained optometrist, test drives the Pulsair intelliPuff® on a volunteer optician at the start of the clinic.

The registered charity has been up and running for four years and serves to provide free eye care services and glasses to vulnerable people in an accessible and friendly environment. The Pulsair intelliPuff® will be operated by opticians who have volunteered their time to help at the charity and be used to check for eye conditions of patients that have little access or ability to visit mainstream eye care services.

Harinder Paul, CEO and founder of Vision Care for Homeless People and a trained optometrist commented on the tonometer donated by Keeler’s Marketing manager Colin West:
“Keeler’s donation of the Pulsair intelliPuff® is a fantastic addition for us at the clinic. We were greatly in need of ophthalmic equipment to help us protect the ocular health of homeless and other vulnerable people and Keeler has helped us provide a comprehensive eye evaluation with the Pulsair intelliPuff®.”

Vision Care is still looking for volunteers in the form of optometrists, dispensing opticians, optical assistants and students. If anyone is interested in helping Vision Care for Homeless people please visit www.visioncarecharity.org or call 0207 0172026.

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