This week, we have five more #TeamSense supporters, telling us why they’re running the London Marathon for Sense on the 28th April.
Stewart has a hearing impairment and will be making his London Marathon debut
“My parents noticed I had speech problems and ear infections when I was young but by the time it was finally diagnosed, my ear drums were permanently damaged because of incorrect treatment. I had a number of operations to correct this, but my hearing never improved. I now wear a bone anchored hearing aid which has changed my life completely. Sense believe no one should be should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential. As someone who has been there in the past, running for Sense is very special.”Continue reading “London Marathon – Five more #TeamSense runner stories”