Graham is an enthusiastic and passionate member of staff at Sense TouchBase South East, a Sense day opportunity for people with complex disabilities based in Barnet. He is also a support worker for the Sense Intervenor Service which supports people who are congenitally deafblind to access the world around them. He has been with the organisation for less than 18 months and, in that time, has developed a strong connection with the people he supports while incorporating his own hobbies and interests in the role.Continue reading “Peas in a Pod: Sense support worker, Graham, uses his own interests to build a deep connection with Tony”
Welcome to the storytelling competition with a twist. Legend has it that Ernest Hemmingway, while having lunch with his friends, placed a bet that he could create a story in just six words. While the group were placing their money in the centre of the table, Hemmingway wrote his story on a napkin. He then passed the napkin around the table and proceeded to collect his winnings. His friends were in shock as they passed the napkin which read:
‘For sale: baby shoes, never worn.’
This is a challenge to anyone and everyone expanding on Hemmingway’s initial idea. Who among you can tell the best six word story using any format? These stories can be told in braille, sign, pictures or any form of communication. Have a look below to see how you can get involved.