Talking Sense blog
People like you, writing about their experiences of complex disabilities, deafblindness and all things Sense.
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…
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.
The ability to translate digital text into braille has some exciting implications for inclusivity.
Ruth talks to us about how her little boy’s Sense Holiday benefited him – and the rest of the family.
Richard our CEO, tells us what needs to be included in the forthcoming Covid-19 inquiry.
Seeing different identities in the media isn’t just about representation, but self-identity too.
Urvashi Parekh explains how water plays a critical role in her disabled son Yashil’s life, both in helping to manage his condition and to give him joy.