Optician Using Experience to Help Those with Dyslexia
When optician Brenda Rainford is with a client she has all the usual tools of her trade close at hand, including letter charts and a variety of lenses. She also has some more unusual ones, such as a smart pen complete with a camera in the nib and a recording device.
She is not a secret service agent placed undercover to unearth the country's short-sighted enemies however, but a qualified optometrist tasked with solving people's visual problems. She is also dyslexic and uses a variety of devices to support her in her day-to-day work.