Specialist support and accommodation
Through our accommodation and support services, we provide highly specialist support for people who have learning disabilities or who are autistic, many of whom have sight loss. We believe in homes, not hospitals.
SeeAbility has one of the most comprehensive in-house teams of specialists in the country. Our Specialist Support Team consists of three clinical areas:
- Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) consultants, including two board certified behaviour analysts and MSc level clinicians.
- Vision rehab team, which comprises of qualified rehabilitation workers, with a specialism in assessing and design support for visually impaired individuals.
- Speech and language therapy colleagues, who are experts in delivering high quality speech and language support.
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.
We know that the best outcomes are achieved when we work closely with families. Families are involved in every step from recruiting the support team and finding the right accommodation, to attending planning and feedback meetings to ensure things are staying on track. We also have a family charter that sets out our commitment to working with you, and outlines your personal preferences for how you’d like to stay involved and stay in touch.
We are always delighted to show people around our homes and talk about what’s needed to ensure exciting and positive outcomes are achieved in the next stages of the life of someone we support.
All our services are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and we are proud to have one of the highest compliance levels in the social care sector.
Find homes and day support
Find SeeAbility's services in the south of England. We have residential homes, supported living, and activity and resource centres, from Maidstone in Kent to Wellington in Somerset.
Sebastian is a young man who has cerebral palsy, complex learning disabilities and sight loss. He has been working with his specialist support team to improve his mobility and eating.