#ForgottenFamilies

Black and white photo of Jane with her daughter, Faith. Sense launched a campaign highlighting the difficulties for families with children with complex needs.

Yesterday, we launched our #ForgottenFamilies campaign highlighting the difficulties for families with children with complex needs. Jane lives with her daughter Faith, husband and son. Here Jane writes about her own experience of the lack of support her and her family have been experiencing.

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Connecting Differently

A young lady communicating via an app

May 15 marks the International Day of Families and now, more than ever, has there been a need for us to connect differently on a global scale. At Sense, connecting differently is something we have been doing since we were founded in 1955 – Sense is here to help people communicate and experience the world.

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Whilst society moves forward we can’t allow disabled people to be left behind

A man and lady hand on hand signing to make sure disabled people don't get left behind.

Over the past few weeks we have all had our lives turned upside down. Whether directly or indirectly affected by Covid-19, we have had to change how we work, see friends and family or go about previously simple tasks like doing our food shopping or exercising.  At Sense we know that this has been truer than ever for the people who we support and their families.  We have had to adapt how we deliver our services, and know that changes to routine have been difficult. 

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What Keeps You Awake at Night?

Relections on the huge impact Covid-19 has had on our charity

A smiling man with a man eating

“What keeps you awake at night?” This is a question that is often asked of CEOs. Coronavirus has turned this question on its head.  The world has reshaped itself faster than we can reshape ourselves: since Covid-19, no-one can predict the world with any certainty now. 

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