People with learning disabilities are more likely to have sight loss and less likely to get the help and support they need

We have been supporting people with sight loss and multiple disabilities for over 200 years

1,500,000 people with a learning disability in the UK

28x more likely

Children with a learning disability are 28 times more likely to have serious sight problems.

10x more likely

Adults with a learning disability are 10 times more likely to have serious sight problems.

Objectives Title

SeeAbility's purpose:

enrich the lives of people with sight loss and multiple disabilities through six key areas

A night of top comedy at Richmond Theatre featuring Jo Brand

Stand Up For SeeAbility

Find an optometrist

Use our map to search a database of optometrists who make reasonable adjustments for people with learning disabilities.
Find an optometrist

SeeAbility holding an event to teach people with learning disabilities to look after their eyes

Go to our eye care information

Become a support worker

Published:

Author: Nick Pryce


Looking after their eyes and vision

Tom supported to have hydrotherapy

Looking after their health and well-being

A man SeeAbility supports learns a life skill, doing his own shopping

Maintaining and developing life skills

Sadick making choices, going to Silverstone to watch Formula 1

                Making choices                           

Gabby makes tea in her flat, she lives in a place that meets her needs

Living in a place which meets their needs

Lucy is a valued part of her community and works in a local cafe

Being a valued part of their community

Latest news