Arts, Sport and Wellbeing

Sense Arts, Sport and Wellbeing is dedicated to providing opportunities for disabled people with complex communication needs, and their families, to attend and take part in arts and sporting activities.

Everyone, no matter how complex their communication needs, deserves the right to express themselves creatively and take part in physical activity.

At Sense, we strive to ensure our practice is exemplary, inclusive and at the forefront within the arts, social care and disability sector; to celebrate the contribution artists with complex communication needs make to our organisation and within their communities; and to remove the barriers in accessing arts and well-being activities.

Our work is a driver for social change, influencing the arts and social care sectors through high quality inclusive arts practice.

We do this by delivering a broad range of arts, sport and physical activities, workshops and events.

We also encourage, advise and enable our partners (funders, businesses, cultural and sporting organisations, the further and higher education sector and government) to provide more of these opportunities across the country.

I know I can’t see, but I still look.

Sense participant, Textiles Project