Talking Sense blog
People like you, writing about their experiences of complex disabilities, deafblindness and all things Sense.
Harry’s mum, Sarah, tells us about the challenges the family have experienced trying to get the right support since they moved.
Volunteering as a student can be tricky. You’re juggling deadlines, reading lists, and lectures – finding time to give back can be tough.
Angela explains how she overcame her doubts about volunteering, got to know her buddy, and found buddying to be so rewarding.
Teenager George shares how making friends and trying new activities on Sense Holidays have boosted his confidence.
From countryside cottages to sailing on a yacht, Catherine shares why Sense Holidays surpass expectations and match her needs.
For 24 years, Lilias has been fighting for her son, Fearghas. She had never heard the term ‘deafblind’ before he was born.
Richard, our chief executive, writes about his relationship with mental health as we start the new year.
Carole explains how going to a Sense Centre changed everything for her brother, Fernando.
Richard, our chief executive, looks to the year ahead and previews what 2022 has in store.
BBC Gardener’s World designer Mark Lane is the UK’s first landscape designer who uses a wheelchair. Mark is helping to design Sense’s new sensory garden at TouchBase Pears in Selly Oak, Birmingham.