Lisa graduated from QUT in 1989 and has worked at various places until she opened her own practice in Narangba in 2003. Since then she has completed the behavioural optometry post graduate course through UNSW, graduated from AICD and completed her graduate diploma of ocular therapeutics.
She is a member of ACBO, CCLSA and ProVision, becoming Qld Director with ProVision 2007. She has been to Timor in 2010, 2014 and Vanuatu in 2013 and has been a part of the National Committee of OGS since 2011.
Lisa continues to study and train to expand her areas of expertise:
- Children’s Vision also known as Behavioural Optometry
- Therapeutics – removing foreign bodies and treating eye infections
- CASA Certified – Trained in the special needs of Pilots vision
- Brain injury and vision training
- Coloured lenses to assist in some learning difficulties
Charlotte graduated from QUT in 2015 with her Bachelor of Vision Science and Master of Optometry with training in ocular therapeutics. In 2014 she travelled to Mexico where she performed eye tests and supplied glasses to the locals in a small town. Charlotte enjoys working with contact lenses and during her studies, she received the Cooper Vision Contact Lens Prize.
Charlotte is very excited to be working in a practise which will allow her to develop her skills not only in general optometry, but also areas like therapeutics, contact lenses, paediatrics and behavioural optometry. She feels very fortunate to be receiving excellent mentoring and support from [email protected]’s senior optometrists, Lisa and Mel. Her happy disposition and keenness to be thorough in testing has made her an important part of the team.