When Eye Care Champion Rebecca Lunness witnessed Captain Sir Thomas Moore complete 100 laps of his garden to raise an overwhelming amount of money for the NHS, she felt encouraged to get involved with the growing movement he had started.
Read news and blogs from the SeeAbility team, many of whom have lived experience of learning disabilities, autism or sight loss.
The #BetterPay4SocialCare campaign shines a light on the value of the social care workforce and calls on the government to ‘level up’ pay. Our Chief Executive, Lisa Hopkins, shares her frustrations.
SeeAbility has joined with other organisations to shine a light on low pay in social care through the #BetterPay4SocialCare campaign.
Emily offers insight into her experiences of relationships and reflects on what others can do to improve their relationships.
Remember A Charity Week is an opportunity for us all to take a moment and consider leaving a gift in our will for a charity we care about, or one who has cared for us or our loved ones.
This June, the people we support at our Hartsbrook home in Ashtead made their steps count by taking part in a 100 metre sensory walk, raising over £1,200 for SeeAbility.
It is vital that the job description is written with inclusion and accessibility at its core so that you don’t miss out on your perfect candidate.
We have formed a partnership with Microsoft to invest in training programmes for our support workers, enabling them to build their digital skills and their online confidence.
Follow these steps to ensure that your hiring process is inclusive and create a role that works not only for your business, but also for potential employees.
Like many people, Emily has concerns about her health and feels that there is work to do before she is happy. Our physical, mental and emotional health are all connected with our ability to live well and have a good life.
Taking the time to actively include both rest and relaxation into your daily routine can have a big impact on your ability to live well. Read our tips on improving your ability to rest and relax.
Our health is something we often take for granted until we are in pain or something isn’t feeling as it normally does, but having good health is essential for us to be able to live well. Read our top tips for looking after your health.