Address: Newplan House, 41 East Street, Epsom, Surrey KT17 1BL, UK
Telephone: 01372 755 000
SeeAbility is a specialist registered charity enriching the lives of people who have sight loss and other disabilities, including learning and physical disabilities, mental health difficulties, acquired brain injury and life limiting conditions.
We believe that everyone has ability. We teach and empower people to develop and maintain their skills to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives.
Our approach takes experience, highly trained staff, dedication and patience. We see this as an investment in a person’s future.
Formerly The Royal School for the Blind, we have been acquiring and refining our knowledge for over 200 years. Today we specialise in supporting people who have a diverse range of multiple 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 trained support staff they work as an integrated team and reinforce a learning culture.We offer our direct services in our own facilities or in a person’s home. We also offer comprehensive training for professionals and work with public sector organisations and local communities.
In 1992 the charity expanded its services in community based settings helping people in their own homes and in June 1994 changed its name to SeeAbility, and adopted the ethos; Seeing beyond disability.
Find us on Face Book RSB.SeeAbility and Twitter @SeeAbility
Registered Charity 255913