Meet the Clapp Optometric Centre Team
As Optometrists, we check more than just your prescription for eye glasses. We are eye doctors that specialize in detecting eye diseases. Many eye diseases do not have symptoms, but are treatable if detected early.
We are proud of the quality and scope of the many primary eye care services provided in our office. Our optometrists and staff care about you and your family, and about your eyes. We believe in staying current with the latest technology, procedures and products.
Jeffrey Clapp, O.D.
Dr. Jeffrey Clapp grew up near Delhi and graduated from Delhi District Secondary School with honours. He followed in his father’s, his great uncles’s, and his great grandfather’s footsteps, becoming the fourth generation Clapp Optometrist. He completed his under graduation work at the University of Waterloo and the University of Western Ontario before earning his doctorate at the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. During his Clinical training, he provided patient care for Illinois Public Aid as well as the VA Hospital in Huntington, West Virginia which focused on ocular disease.
Upon his return to Canada, he worked with his father, Dr. Douglas Clapp, and partner, Dr. Jennifer Clapp in their Delhi and Norwich locations. A short time later, they took over the Port Dover Location previously owned and operated by Dr. Charles Moss and Dr. Alan Baldock. Dr. Douglas Clapp has since retired, but Jeff is proud to still provide eye care in two Norfolk County locations in Delhi and Port Dover. His main focus is on ocular health, and takes pride in utilizing the latest technology available in his field.
Dr. Clapp is a proud member of the Canadian Association of Optometrists, the American Optometric Association and the College of Optometrists of Ontario. He and his family are firmly implanted in Norfolk County, living in beautiful Port Dover. You might see him out biking, running, or spending time on the boat with his two daughters, Teryn and Reese.
Jennie Clapp, O.D.
Dr. Jennie Clapp grew up in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and graduated from Lincoln Senior High School receiving Academic All American student recognition. She attended University of Wisconsin– Madison, earning a Bachelor of Science degree. Following in the footsteps of her father, Dr. Charles Howlin, she then attended the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago as a presidential scholar and became a fourth generation optometrist in the Howlin family.
After graduation, Dr. Jennie relocated to Delhi, Ontario and joined Dr. Douglas Clapp in his optometry practice. Dr. Jennie is co-owner and business partner with Dr. Jeff Clapp in 2 optometric practices located in Delhi and Port Dover.
Dr. Jenny Clapp is a 20-plus year member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists, and the Canadian Association of Optometrists. Dr. Jennie prides herself on individualized patient care; caring for her patients and their visual needs from one month to 100 years old! She is currently living in Port Dover and enjoying life in Norfolk County with her partner and two teenage daughters.
Brian Casier, O.D.
Dr. Brian Casier received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Waterloo in 2006 in addition to his Bachelor of Science in Honours Pre-Optometry/Pre-Health with a minor in Biology in 2002. During his training, Brian also completed a therapeutic externship at the OMNI Eye Institute in Atlanta Georgia where he gained additional experience in the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease including glaucoma, cataracts, retinal and corneal disease.
Dr. Casier brings with him 11 years of experience in the profession of optometry after practicing full-time in Tillsonburg, since graduating in 2006.
He is an active member of both the Canadian and Ontario Association of Optometrists, participant of the Eye See Eye Learn Program, and a TLC affiliate for co-management of laser vision correction. Dr. Casier works closely with area Ophthalmologists to provide best possible management of ocular disease and optimal patient care.
Growing up on a farm near Langton, he has strong ties to the community and is excited to continue to serve his patients. Dr. Casier and his wife Jackie, reside near Port Rowan with their 3 children, Ben, Sadie, and Nolen. They enjoy many community sports and activities with their family, and anything else that gets them outdoors.