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The friendly and fun new groups are for people aged 50 plus with a sensory impairment
It is clear from this report more needs to been done to ensure disabled people are respected and included as equal members of society
An immersive audio installation by sound artist Matt Lewis and Sense
Join the next meeting taking place on 9 June from 10:30am-12:30pm in Newport
For adults aged 16 and over, who have sight and hearing impairments. Parents, carers and support workers are welcome to join in as well.
We joined equestrian fans from 6-10 May to raise awareness and vital funds for deafblind people
The ‘Getting a Result’ resources have been developed following a two year project funded by the Department for Education as part of the VCS National Prospectus Grants Programme.
A fundraising event packed with silly games and plenty of entertainment on Friday 22nd May from 6.30pm.
Sense welcomes the introduction of Codes of Practice and Regulations under the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014Friday 8 May 2015
Sense welcomes new legislative developments on social care in Wales which will see stronger rights and entitlements for deafblind children and adults.
Millie Dawson designed our official horse-jumping fence at this year's course.