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41 East Street,
SeeAbility is a specialist national registered charity enriching the lives of people who have sight loss and other disabilities, including learning and physical disabilities, mental health difficulties, acquired brain injury and life limiting conditions.
SeeAbility is the operating name for The Royal School for the Blind, founded in 1799. They are the recognised leading expert provider supporting people living with sight loss and disabilities.
SeeAbility pride themselves in the enhanced services they deliver. Their specialist team of staff, therapists, and visual rehabilitation professionals offer expertise, patience, and dedication to help each person achieve more from life and realise their own potential.
SeeAbility also provides eye care support for people with learning disabilities in the community, and sight tests for children with disabilities in special schools through their ‘Children in Focus’ campaign.
- Learning Disability
- Physical Disability
- Visual Impairment
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