Vision25 is an independent social care and training provider.We are based in Stockton-on-Tees and offer a meaningful option for young people with learning difficulties aged 19 plus.
Group sizes are kept small and our normal staffing ratio is one member of staff to three young adults. Our programme of activities is fun, interesting and motivational. Everybody at Vision25 is passionate about helping our young adults realise their potential and build self-worth.
Our dedicated, caring & friendly staff and volunteers have many years experience and are checked & cleared by the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CRB). Our company aims can be seen below and fall in line with the latest government legislation ‘SEND:
Vision25’s 4 Aims are:
- For our young adults to experience volunteering to gain valuable work skills.
- To promote independence through a ‘Developing Skills for Life’ programme.
- To promote health and well being
- To integrate our members into the community as much as possible to promote social inclusion.
WE ONLY CLOSE ON BANK HOLIDAYS AND 2 WEEKS AT CHRISTMAS TIME
Further information can be found on our website or contact us using the details below
Who to contact
Where to go
Ground Floor, Richard House
Teesdale Business Park
- TS17 6DA
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Mon - Fri 9 am - 3:30 plus Saturdays 10am - 2 pm
- Time of day
- Referral required
- Other notes
As a company, we are driven by an ultimate goal; for all our young adults to be as independent as possible by fully including them in all aspects of the community.
We are led by a team of Directors, who bring vast experience of working with special needs, between us specialising in ICT, photography, art and technology.
Alongside us are a number of dedicated and highly skilled staff and volunteers who share our vision. All our staff at Vision25 are DBS (formerly CRB) cleared (enhanced).
Our entire team are keen to welcome young adults aged 19 years and above 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 so our young adults can 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/Peat Rigg, 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