The Meath Epilepsy Charity, this year celebrating our 125th anniversary, offers housing and a wide network of support services empowering and enabling people living with complex epilepsy and associated disabilities. The Meath’s main site is situated at the heart of Godalming, just a stone’s throw from the railway station and a few minutes’ walk into the town. Our professional and dedicated staff team cares for and supports eighty people living on site at Westbrook Road, as well as others living more independently through our Meath Home Support service. We also run a successful Skills and Enterprise Centre, enabling people to pursue their own choice of academic and everyday skills training, in addition to a variety of arts, leisure and sports activities.
Offering a friendly face and a reassuring environment, staff and volunteers provide individual assistance to help everyone achieve personal goals, despite any challenges they may face. With two award-winning social enterprises in Godalming High Street: ARTHOUSE Meath and Changing Perceptions, both enabling skills training and work experience in an inclusive, public facing setting, we continue our aim to fulfil lives and reduce stigma and are justifiably proud of our Care Quality Commission (CQC) overall ‘Outstanding’ rating.