Sense supports people who have complex needs, are deafblind, or have sensory impairments to enjoy more independent lives. They provide information and advice, offer a wide range of flexible services, and campaign for the rights of the people they serve.
Sense offer personalised support through centres, holidays and short breaks, or in people’s own homes. They can provide early intervention for children, help young people access education, and support the transition into adulthood.
In addition to practical support, Sense offer information to families, and campaign for the rights of people with complex disabilities to be included. Their expertise in supporting people with communication needs benefits people of all ages, their families, and carers.
This is a Framework Provider for Northamptonshire Adult Social Services offering care and support for people with a Learning Disability.
They may offer one or more of the following.
- Supported Living
- Supported Accommodation
- Opportunities for living and learning
- Short breaks
- Forensic Support
- Supporting people in their home
- Residential based living
- Short term intervention and crisis support
Sense is a registered charity (no. 289868).