Sense Scotland gained top marks at the Quality Scotland ‘Recognised for Excellence (R4E) Awards’ yesterday (Thursday, June 21), showing the charity’s commitment to quality.
Knowing their pirouettes from their plié was (kind of) the order of the day for children we support and their families as they took part in an exciting dance session last month.
A TRIO of Sense Scotland workers will be undertaking the Glasgow Kiltwalk on Sunday, April 29.
We’re pleased to announce that today ENABLE Scotland and Sense Scotland are joining together to further boost the quality of care and help for more disabled people.
John Tracey is dusting off his trainers to run not one, but two marathons to raise money for Sense Scotland.
One of Sense Scotland’s flagship projects – Sensatronic – has been awarded almost £40,000 from Creative Scotland
All Sense Scotland services will resume normal service as of Monday, March 5.
When it comes to throwing a party there’s one group at Sense Scotland we all turn to – the Family Advisory Service.
Children supported by Sense Scotland will wake up to an extra special Christmas, thanks to a lorry load of toys delivered this week.
The fundraising dash which makes a difference took place in December to raise money for Sense Scotland.