SeeAbility is a charity devoted to realizing the potential of people who are blind and have other disabilities.  At Heather House in Hampshire, SeeAbility provides specialist care for young people aged 16 to 24 who are blind and profoundly disabled and have limited life expectancy.  At nearby Fir Tree Lodge they provide specialist care for young people who are visually impaired and have other disabilities.  Further support for both groups is provided at their Penney Activity and Resource Centre (pictured above).

Our grants have helped provide extra hydrotherapy and physiotherapy for the children and young adults at Heather House and Fir Tree Lodge, and increased the range of specialist therapies available. This has allowed SeeAbility to "offer many more one-to-one and small group physiotherapy and hydrotherapy sessions to young people” and had “a major impact in the lives of young people with visual impairment, multiple disabilities and degenerative illness”. 

For more information about SeeAbility, visit their web site at:


SeeAbility - The Royal School For The Blind