SeeAbility

SeeAbility's purpose is to encourage people who have a sight impairment, multiple disabilities, mental health difficulties and life limiting conditions to achieve their full potential and enhance their quality of life.

We specialise in supporting people who have a diverse range of needs including autism, brain injury, cerebral palsy and epilepsy. We take a holistic approach that addresses the psychological, physiological and emotional needs of each person.

Our highly skilled professional nurses, therapists and rehabilitation practitioners continually seek to broaden and deepen their specialist knowledge to support people more effectively and have developed outstanding awareness and understanding in their respective areas of expertise.

Together with support staff they work as an integrated team and reinforce a learning culture. We offer this exceptionally high quality support in either our own customised accommodation or in a person’s own home. We also personalise our accommodation with particular attention given to light, colour and textural contrast for people with a visual impairment.

Being person-centred is embedded into everything we do. Especially the way we provide support. Together we discover what is important to each person through continual listening and learning. We work as a team and focus on what can be achieved now and in the future. We believe everyone can achieve. We enable individuals to have a voice, empowering them to influence the organisation through user forums, satisfaction surveys, interviewing potential new staff, etc.


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Address

Heather House
Heather Drive
Heather House (Tadley)
RG26 4QR

Project contact

Sarah Kenrick

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