Resources for education and early years professionals

The resources on this page are aimed at teachers, SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) workers and other education professionals who are looking for tools, curricula and guides on how to provide the best possible education for young people with sensory impairments or disabilities.

Resources for education and early years professionals 

Sense’s children’s service

Our free support for disabled children helps them access education, playgroups and holidays, so they have the same life experiences as everyone else. 

Sense College

Sense College is an independent specialist college for people aged 16-25 with complex disabilities or special educational needs. 

We offer teaching at Sense centres around England. It’s also an adult social care day service for those over 18 years old.

Get in touch

If you would like to find more information or support on education for people who are deafblind or disabled, please get in touch with us at [email protected]  or visit our get in touch page for other ways to contact us.

This content was last reviewed in April 2022. We’ll review it again next year.