Talking Sense blog
People like you, writing about their experiences of complex disabilities, deafblindness and all things Sense.
Jahnavi was excited to become an older sister, but when Kashav was born with complex disabilities she realised their relationship would be different.
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.
Buddying is a fantastic way to volunteer in your local community while making a real difference to disabled people facing social isolation. Here’s how.
You can act now to support our campaign for the Government to include disabled people in the Covid-19 Inquiry. Our Campaigns Manager Lizzie explains how.
Saihan explains how he found his sense of belonging through Sense Virtual Buddying.
On Friday 18 March, the third reading of the British Sign Language (BSL) bill will take place in Parliament.
Sian gives four good reasons that you should give learning British Sign Language, or BSL for short, a go.