We are very proud to be associated with ‘Sense’ – a national charity supporting and campaigning for people who are deafblind and those with sensory impairments.
Sense have been supporting people who have sensory impairments to enjoy more independent lives for the last 60 years.
Sense was started by a group of families who had deafblind children after being seriously affected by rubella during pregnancy. Today, a growing number of children are born prematurely with a range of …medical conditions that often include sight and hearing impairments. There are also older people who develop sight and hearing loss at later life.
They have a thriving community of active families at the heart of Sense; that is a big part of who they are and what they do.