Aldershot Support Service

Aldershot, Hampshire

This supported living service in Aldershot offers purpose-built accessible accommodation for six adults with learning disabilities and a range of other needs, including sight loss, autism and epilepsy. We specialise in supporting and assisting people with sight loss to live independently in their own home. 

"I am really happy here and can talk to the staff at any time; they are all very approachable and if I have a problem, they are always willing to help and offer me some good advice. I feel that I am supported at all times." Stephanie (pictured below)

Stephanie at Aldershot

We want to excel as a specialist provider of quality care and support, ensuring the people we support are at the heart of everything we do.

Our aim is to enable people to make choices and express their individuality. Personalisation is not a tick box exercise for us but is fundamental to how we deliver our mission every single day of the year.

Clinical Assessment and Intervention Team 

Our Clinical Assessment and Intervention Team includes qualified Vision Rehabilitation Workers (sometimes also called 'ROVIs') and Behaviour Consultants with at least a Masters degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis. 

The Vision Rehabilitation workers play a vital role across SeeAbility and keep front and centre, SeeAbility’s commitment to supporting those with sight loss, as well as those with a diagnosis of learning disability or autism.

Where funded, Behaviour Consultants assess each person’s needs by completing a functional assessment, ongoing monitoring, and support. They use this to develop people's person-centred support using a Positive Behaviour Support framework. 

The Clinical Assessment and Intervention Team aim to increase individuals' quality of life, reduce unnecessary restrictions and teach functional skills. This means each person we support gets exactly the right kind of expert attention they need, when they need it, so they can make more choices about what they want from life every day. 

Supported living services are designed to meet daily living, social and personal care needs. These are arranged through a combination of one-to-one and shared support hours. 

"I do like living here, you do what you want; go to the cinema, shopping, eating out, swimming and walking." Someone we support

Our facilities and accommodation

The communal areas of the property (lounge, bathroom, kitchen and dining area) are furnished and fully equipped.

Within the supported living accommodation, we offer a tenancy of an unfurnished bedroom with ensuite wet-room and shared access to the communal facilities.

The accommodation has been designed to enable easy access for people who have a visual impairment, making good use of colour and texture contrasts in décor, tactile information and lighting. The property also offers a specialist assisted bathroom, a lift and is fully accessible for people who use a wheelchair.

A group of people at Aldershot

Location and referrals

Aldershot Support Service is located in an area with good public transport links and easy access to the town centre and all its amenities including cinema, theatre, shops, swimming pool and gym.

If you would like more information about being supported by SeeAbility now or in the future, email

Download our Aldershot Support Service leaflet and our transitions leaflet, about choosing the right support for life after school, college or the family home.


Pat Hallett-Mckenna (Registered Manager)
01252 947 515

"There was a calm and relaxed atmosphere within the home. Staff had developed bonds with people and understood and celebrated their personality traits and abilities. […] Staff enabled people to express themselves, develop their independence and fulfil their potential."

- CQC report
Gillian and Rebecca at one of our homes

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Gillian and Rebecca at one of our homes