Optometrist B.ScOptom, FACO, FACBO
Norman graduated from University of Melbourne in 1984. He has always worked in private practice and since 1986 has managed his own large independent practice in Dandenong. Norman has qualified as a Fellow of the Victorian College of Optometry. He has also done extensive study to complete the University of New South Wales Masters Unit in Behavioural Optometry and the Fellowship of the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists.
While practising in all areas of optometry, Norman has developed specialist skills in the area of functional and developmental aspects of vision as well as learning related vision problems and specialist contact lens fitting. He gives presentations regularly to optometrists, educators and associated professions at conferences and professional development seminars.
Since 2010 Norman has been involved in the Sumba Eye Program. This overseas Aide program sees a team of eyecare professional’s travel to the Indonesian Island of Sumba. They provide much needed eyecare including glasses and surgery.
Outside of work, Norman enjoys spending time with family and friends. He also enjoys his regular Golf game.