Talking Sense blog
People like you, writing about their experiences of complex disabilities, deafblindness and all things Sense.
Our research shows there are 1.6 million people with complex disabilities in the UK. We hope this figure will help transform the support available to them.
How we connect with other people has a big impact on our sense of wellbeing. For some people with complex disabilities, it can feel like there are fewer opportunities to build meaningful relationships.
Angela reflects on how early support from Sense provided a foundation for Elliot to build a full and happy life.
Making a cup of tea takes a bit of extra planning when you’re blind. Kevin talks us through his process.
Today, Sense is publishing some new research on how many people there are with complex disabilities in the UK.
Lilias explains how she's pushed for change by educating others about how her son experiences the world.
We caught up with Eva, age 14, to hear about life at her mainstream school. Eva has a visual impairment so some of her…
Steven shares his view on the latest research that shows disabled people account for over half of all Covid-19 deaths.
What is the Queen's Speech and what was in it for people with complex disabilities?
Natalie was diagnosed with Usher syndrome when she was 29, but has found confidence and strength in her voice as one of our campaigners.