Through our Ready, Willing and Able supported employment programme, Lisa found employment for the first time at the age of 50.
Read incredible stories from people we support and how SeeAbility has impacted their lives.
When Jake was 21 he moved into his own home, living independently for the first time with support from SeeAbility. Since then, he has gained control over his life and enjoys doing things more for himself.
When Archie was visited in school by our eye care team, it challenged the idea that children with complex conditions don’t benefit from glasses.
Mark was a talented jobseeker, looking for a role where he could make a difference and give back to the community. Ready, Willing and Able worked closely with him over several months to kickstart his career.
SeeAbility worked closely with high street cosmetics retailer, Lush, to support Hazel to find a job with them and then settle in at the company.
“My life has improved a lot since I moved here and I love my new flat. It’s important that people have the choice in where the live and who they spend time with.”
For 168 years of our 224-year history, we’ve been lucky enough to have a royal patron to support our work. From Queen Victoria to the Duchess of Gloucester, we're proud of our royal heritage.
Lewis, one of our supported employment coaches, blogs about Emily's employment story.
Ciaran's mum, Maria, writes on the impact SeeAbility had on Ciaran's sight.
Leonie was hunting for a job in catering or retail. Our Ready, Willing and Able programme found her the perfect job!
Ken has supported people to trampolining, church, carriage-riding, boating and more!
Tim uses his vast experience in HR to support people with disabilities to kickstart their career journey.