Help us provide lifelong support

Please will you give a gift today, and help us to be there for families with children who are deafblind for as long as they need us.

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Please will you give a gift today, and help us to be there for families with children who are deafblind for as long as they need us.

A child who is deafblind will need support throughout their whole life

Parents of children who are deafblind worry about and often physically support their children long into their adult life, and too often into their own old age. But what about when parents can no longer care for their children?

Children who are deafblind will need specialist support throughout their whole lives, but the families we are supporting now tell us there is a lack of information available to help them plan for their child’s future.

Noreen is delightful, with a mischievous sense of humour and so loving. But she requires full-time care. She has unique communication so you need to get to know her, know the signs she shows. I really worry about what will happen to Noreen if I can no longer take care of her at home.

Noreen's mum, Inge

At Sense, we make a commitment to be there for families for as long as they need us. So by supporting Sense today, you will be helping families with children who are deafblind prepare for the future, whilst also helping to ensure that a child is supported in the best way throughout their whole life.

A mother kneels next to her daughter who is sitting in a chair. They hold hands and are smiling

With you on our side, we can give parents the crucial information and one-to-one support that helps them to make the decisions that are right for their child’s future. You’ll be giving devoted parents much needed peace of mind and you’ll be helping to ensure their children go on getting the very best possible care. This is a truly wonderful gift to give.

Thank you so much for your support.

When I'm Gone campaign

Sense has launched our ‘When I’m Gone’ campaign to highlight the challenges parents face in planning for when they are no longer able to care for their children.