Through our supported employment programme we aim to support individuals who want to work. We want to help them build their confidence and skills and then match them with suitable employment opportunities.

Most people with sight loss, learning disabilities and autism are never asked what they want to do when they leave school.

Our mission is to change preconceptions about what people are capable of and to help them achieve their ambitions.

People like Grace - who, four years ago would have turned down her work placement at the Bank of England. As she says now:

If it wasn't for SeeAbility, I wouldn't be the person I am today.


George on his bike, smiling - We see spirit

We're always looking for partners who want to join us in providing work opportunities for people with learning disabilities. Our experience is that both parties benefit from this relationship. 

We’d be delighted if you could join us to reflect on how we can turn isolation into belonging by being inclusive and in turn create more effective workplaces and communities.

If you're an employer and would like to know more about partnership, please contact Mrs Debbie Goddard, Senior Philanthropy Manager.