About Us

As a company, Vision25 are driven by an ultimate goal; for all young adults to be as independent as possible by fully including them in all aspects of the community.


We are led by a Director, who brings with her vast experience of working with special needs, specialising in ICT & photography.  Alongside her is a number of dedicated and highly skilled volunteers who share her vision. All our staff at Vision25 are DBS (formerly CRB) cleared.  Our entire team are keen to welcome young adults aged 19 years+ to offer an array of enrichment activities.


We have raised a substantial amount of money so far and will continue to do so. This is for our young adults to also to enjoy endless activities in our local area and beyond. An example of some future adventures include a tea time social club, theatre visits, dance tuition,  archery, inclusive visit to The Calvert Trust, film making experience, and a trip to London.

We envisage to take our members on long weekend trips to disability friendly holidays throughout the year and holiday.  Details will be posted via our news feed.  

Support provided to every member will be tailored and personalised. This will develop new skills, whilst focusing on their strengths, rather than being defined by their weaknesses.  Working directly with young adults will allow them to voice concerns, opinions and preferences on activities and services available.


Our intention is to help young adults develop independent living skills throughout their time at Vision25. This will be achieved by participating in activities both at the centre and within the local community.


You can find more information on our company aims here

Independent Living Skills
Personal & Emotional Development
Health & Well-Being
  • Time awareness

  • Preparing a meal including basic   kitchen hygiene, simple measuring techniques, setting a table etc.

  • Money management

  • Healthy habits

  • Personal hygiene

  • Physical fitness & well being

  • Staying safe in the community

  • Getting involved with and being part of the community

  • Use of public transport (where appropriate) with and without support

  • Road safety

  • Personal care, including managing medicine, visiting health professionals, healthy living and home management

  • Health & Safety at home

  • Hanging out the washing and ironing clothes

  • Health eating

  • Healthy snack choices

  • Relaxation 

  • De-stressing

  • Confidence building

  • Emotional resilience

  • Building self-esteem

  • Developing healthy coping strategies

  • Nutrition

  • Goal setting

  • Stress management

  • Managing anxiousness

  • Yoga

  • Meditation for relaxation

Social, Leisure & Sports
  • Learning to work independently and within a group.

  • What is emotional development, what does it mean for the individual?

  • Learning to recognise and meet needs

  • How to regulate emotions across a range of situations

  • Meeting sensory needs

  • Finding and developing strategies to cope with unfamiliar situations

  • Staying safe

  • Managing relationships

  • Planning for the future change,        transition and achieving aspirations

  • Offering services to others

  • Access to a range of sport, community and social activities, including cinema, swimming, bowling, badminton, ice skating  and eating out

  • Understanding the media

  • Opportunities of making and displaying creative work

  • Drama, dance and performance workshops

  • Experiencing photography in local area

  • Accessing canoeing &  kayaking 

  • Experiencing the theatre

  • Work skills gained by participating in work experience (supported & unsupported where appropriate) 

  • Work skills gained by experiencing volunteering in the local community.

  • Work skills—carrying out routine tasks, asking for help, gaining independence

  • Enterprise experiences

  • Access a range of vocational                 experiences

  • Volunteering for local groups

  • Up-cycling for profit

  • ICT & E-Safety awareness

Work Related Learning Skills
Social & Communication Skills
  • The most effective way to communicate

  • Communicating feelings and needs

  • Responding to expectations and requests

  • Managing social time

  • Learning to work independently and in a group

We are based at

Ground Floor, Richard House, Sorbonne Close, Teesdale Business Park, Stockton on Tees. TS17 6DA Tel ; 07708 777 336

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