How we make a difference

Our theory of change explains how we make a difference, and supports the implementation of our new strategy.

Our long term aim is for:

More opportunities for people with learning disabilities, autism and sight loss to live, love, thrive and belong.

By working through projects and programmes that will result in:

  • Improved quality of life through ambitious, inclusive and specialist support
  • More people getting the eye care they need, wherever they live
  • More people participating in and changing society, as equal citizens

What we deliver at SeeAbility

Specialist social care support and housing support options in people’s chosen communities.

Positive behaviour and vision rehabilitation support enabling inclusion and skills development.

The only UK nursing care service providing specialist support for young people with juvenile (CLN3) Batten disease.

The only national programme of eye care for those with learning disabilities, offering peer to peer advice, information and improving access to eye care.

Employment support making careers and opportunities possible.

Lived experience programmes shaping SeeAbility’s work and changing attitudes, awareness and policymaking.

Innovating new models of support and skills development, working with partners and volunteers, helping people do the things they love.