“A Different Perspective” Launches in Durban

It’s been a very busy start to the year here.

I’ve been seeing up to fourteen people a day and that’s just a little hectic for me.

Things have slowed down a bit now and it’s great to catch my breath.

Paul is in Durban at an international ocularists conference where he is launching our new book A Different Perspective.

We are really excited about the book which will be available as a patient resource for ocularists worldwide.

I enjoy handing it to my new clients. It is great to be able to give them something which is full of useful and comforting information.

We intend to make the book available as an ebook soon – I’ll keep you posted.


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