How we help
We are a national charity that provides advice, information and specialist services for children and adults with dual-sensory impairments.
We will go the extra mile to help people find the information, services and support they need.
Community resource centres
We offer a range of supported accommodation services so that people can choose between the range of housing options.
Sense offers support to people living in the community:
- Intervenors help children and adults born deafblind to communicate, learn and grow in confidence
- Communicator-guides offer people who have become deafblind, often in later life, practical help, guiding and communication support
Our team of specialist advisory teachers, children’s therapists and children and family support workers offer professional and experienced help to children who are deafblind and multi-sensory impaired and to the professionals working with them.
Short breaks and getting together
Advice and support
Sense covers all issues relating to dual-sensory impairment and our library is packed full of useful resources. We offer practical and local advice, specialist assessments, casework and legal support, and training and consultancy.
So for friendly and accessible information and advice about deafblindness, and a chance to discuss the support or services you need please contact us:
Tel: 0300 330 9256 or 020 7520 0972
Textphone: 0300 330 9256 or 020 7520 0972
Fax: 0300 330 9251