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An immersive sound installation by artist Matt Lewis and Sense at Milton Keynes on 5 & 6 September
Please write to your councillor to raise awareness about the re-issued Deafblind Guidance
The Sense shop in Aldridge is hosting a coffee morning on 27 August to raise money for deafblind children in East Africa
Government welfare reforms “risk making problems worse for disabled people” warns national disability charity SenseMonday 24 August 2015
Sense responds to the planned welfare reforms announced by Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith.
The specialist training aimed to aimed to equip local sports organisations and practitioners with the knowledge and understanding required to make sport accessible.
Make Sense will connect isolated older people with sensory impairments into everyday activities
Lucky mum wins new Mitsubishi Mirage in raffle that raised more than £85,000
June Brown is not alone. The number of people with combined sight and hearing loss will be over half a million by 2030
We're running a webinar for providers of NHS care or treatment and adult social care
Jamie Marsdin and Aaron Robinson endured the pain for Sense International's Finding Grace campaign