From eye drops to surgery, we can help you understand the treatment options for glaucoma.
Here at Glaucoma UK, we have a helpline team who can give advice, guidance and information to support you at every stage of your glaucoma journey.
We’re looking for people to run the Virtual London Marathon 2021 in aid of Glaucoma UK. You can be part of the race by completing the 26.2 miles on Sunday 3 October 2021 from home, or wherever you are, on a course of your choice.
Glaucoma UK is here to provide help, information and support to anyone affected by glaucoma. From our free glaucoma helpline to our buddy scheme, find out more about the many ways we can support you at every stage of your glaucoma journey.
Eye tests aren’t just about how well you can see, or whether you need glasses. During an eye test, an optometrist also looks at the health of your eyes.
Find out more about the importance of attending your eye appointments during lockdown.
Become a member of Glaucoma UK and join the fight against glaucoma!
Our members really can become part of the work we do. When you join you’ll receive a range of benefits.Become a member
We value our relationships with healthcare professionals working in the field of glaucoma.
We provide support, resources and training for optometrists, ECLOs, rehab workers, domiciliary care workers and other health professionals.Find out more
As traditional eye services play pandemic catch-up and new services are being developed at astonishing speed, we feel it’s vital to celebrate the wonderful work being done in glaucoma care.
If you are living with glaucoma, it’s natural to feel anxious about how to manage the disease and what the future will hold. But with the right treatment and daily maintenance, sight loss is preventable.
Our self care page is full of practical tips and advice for managing you glaucoma at home. From how to prepare for your first appointment to making eye drops easier to apply, you’ll find everything you need to know.
For just £1 per week, you will have the chance to win cash prizes while supporting people with glaucoma and funding sight-saving research.
From being diagnosed to getting to grips with treatments and how glaucoma affects everyday life, including during lockdown, these stories give a voice to those who are dealing with the disease – and may be experiencing the same things as you or a member of your family.