Our history

SeeAbility is a 200-year-old charity with a vast history. It was established in 1799 by four philanthropists in London. Past patrons include Princess Diana and currently The Duchess of Gloucester.Read more

Our mission and values

SeeAbility's mission is to enrich the lives of people with sight loss and multiple disabilities across the UK. SeeAbility aims to support people with sight loss and disabilities to look after their eyes and vision, look after their health and well-being, maintain and develop life skills, make choices, live in a place which meets their needs, and be a valued part of their community. Our values are: We see beyond disability We're specialists We careRead more


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Welcome to SeeAbility

We help people see beyond disabilityRead more

Why work for SeeAbility?

SeeAbility offers challenging and rewarding jobs, with a range of benefits and training opportunities for employees.Read more

Senior Support Worker – Bristol

Application closing date: 30/09/17Read more


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How your money helps

How your money helps SeeAbility. No matter how you choose to donate, you will transform the lives of people with sight loss and multiple disabilities.Read more

Your voice

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Give in your Will

Once you have looked after your loved ones, leaving a gift to SeeAbility in your Will is a great way to support our vital work and ensure people with sight loss and multiple disabilities have a brighter future.Read more

The SeeAbility Lottery

The weekly SeeAbility Lottery is a fantastic way for you to help children and adults living with sight loss and multiple disabilities.Read more

2016 Annual Report

Read SeeAbility's Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2016Read more

Our support

Through our accommodation and support services we offer a range of options for adults with sight loss and multiple disabilities. All our services are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). SeeAbility helps families and people with transition from home or college. SeeAbility also prevents avoidable sight loss for adults and children with learning disabilities.Read more

What we do

SeeAbility is a 200-year-old registered charity that supports people with sight loss and multiple disabilities. SeeAbility enables people to develop skills, make choices and enjoy as much independence as possible. SeeAbility also shares its expert knowledge to raise awareness and improve eye care for people with learning disabilities.Read more

Assistive Technology

SeeAbility uses Assistive Technology to help people with sight loss and multiple disabilities do things they might usually have difficulty with.Read more

The Bradbury Centre

Seaford, East SussexRead more


Seaford, East Sussex (one vacancy)Read more

2015 Annual Report

Read SeeAbility's Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2015Read more

Aldershot Support Service

Aldershot, Hampshire (three vacancies)Read more

20 20 Vision (Park Gate)

20 Bridge Road, Park Gate, SO31 7GE
Manager: John Collins
07489 573 300

  • Wheelchair access into the practice
  • Wheelchair access into the examination room
  • Extended appointment times
  • Accessible toilets
  • Eye test split into separate visits
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Corporate partnerships

SeeAbility welcomes corporate charity partnerships with local, national and international companies to create opportunities of mutual benefit.Read more

Corporate volunteering

SeeAbility welcomes volunteers from organisations for one day or ongoing volunteer projects.Read more

Physiotherapy and hydrotherapy

Our in-house physiotherapists help people affected by illness and disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education, and advice.Read more

The Millennium Centre

Leatherhead, SurreyRead more

Bristol Support Service

Henbury, BristolRead more

Barclay House

Seaford, East SussexRead more

2014 Annual Report

Read our Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2014Read more

Our petition

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Supported living

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Residential homes

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Schools and community groups

Support from communities is incredibly important in helping enrich the lives of the people we support. We work with groups to create lasting change locally.Read more


Our team of trained rehabilitation workers are able to teach people with sight loss and additional disabilities how to do every day tasks.Read more

Buckinghamshire Support Service

Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire (seven vacancies)Read more


Guildford, SurreyRead more