Lockdown showed us how lonely life can be when the people and places we love are taken away. But, what if life was already lonely before the isolation of the pandemic? Sadly, that’s the case for thousands of disabled people in the UK. A study by Sense, before the pandemic, revealed that one in two disabled people (53%) feel lonely every day, rising to 77% for young disabled people. And lockdown has only made things worse.Continue reading “Ensuring nobody is left out of life #CommunitiesCan”
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.Continue reading “Connecting Differently”
As a leading disability and social care charity, Sense is committed to making sure no one, no matter how complex their disability, is left out, isolated or unable to fulfil their potential.
Never has a mission been so important yet so complex to deliver. As the leader of the Arts, Sport and Wellbeing team at Sense, I want to let you know what approach we are taking to support people during this incredibly challenging period.Read more