People could be in line for free prescriptions if they or their partner are in receipt of certain benefits or if they’re under 20 and dependent on someone claiming certain benefits including, among others, Income Support, Pension Credit Guarantee Credit and Universal Credit. Check what help you could get to pay for NHS costs – NHSBSA
People in receipt of certain benefits are entitled to free dental treatment. Speak with the dentist surgery prior to the appointment. People can also get help on the NHS Low Income Scheme.
Free eye tests and glasses
People in receipt of certain benefits are entitled to free eye tests and glasses. Speak with the optician prior to the appointment.
NHS Reduced Prescriptions
NHS prescription pre-paid certificate. Good for those who have regular prescriptions. It’s a one of payment of £30.25 covers three months of unlimited prescriptions. Most prescriptions cost on average £9.00 per prescription. Call 0300 330 1341 or Buy an NHS Prescription Prepayment Certificate – NHSBSA