Read incredible stories from people we support and how SeeAbility has impacted their lives.

Julian's story- Breaking boundaries, a life beyond isolation

Julian is a proud supporter of Crystal Palace - he has been since the age of thirteen. He spends a lot of his time eagerly following their progress and watching their games – it’s one of his greatest passions, along with the Daily Telegraph cryptic crossword. 

Andrew's story - A journey to independence and sobriety

Andrew has always been resilient. Throughout his life, he has navigated through many challenges, including a period marked by heavy drinking where a bottle of wine would be gone within ten minutes. But today, with support from his team at SeeAbility, Andrew stands resilient, celebrating a remarkable ten months of abstinence from alcohol.

Lisa's employment success

Through our Ready, Willing and Able supported employment programme, Lisa found employment for the first time at the age of 50.

Jake's new chapter

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. 

Archie’s equal right to sight

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. 

Ready, Willing and Able: Mark's story

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's royal connection

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.