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Many disabled and older people will miss out on services they desperately need following Care Act regulations published by the Government today
Councillor Angela Newton and Mrs Bennett presented the Sense Stables and the RDA Fenland Group with cheques totalling £30,000 from the DASH Holiday Homes fund
Lizzie Pillinger ran a half marathon inspired by her grandmother
Sense has today responded to the comments made by Lord Freud that disabled people are “not worth” the minimum wage.
Last chance to have your say on the draft accessible information standard
Sense has today responded to Barbara Keeley MP’s Private Members Bill debate on the ‘bedroom tax’.
Jonny Cotsen ran the Cardiff Half Marathon without being able to see or hear to raise money for Sense
Our new project at the Sense stables in Spalding brings together the skills and resources of both organisations
Action on Hearing Loss, Sense and UKCOD are holding a one day conference on 10 November
The new service is a welcome step forward in the way some deafblind people can access the phone