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Learning disability charities become Carer Positive employers

02/11/2018

ENABLE Scotland and Sense Scotland have been awarded Carer Positive status. The Carer Positive scheme is operated by Carers Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Government and is awarded to employers who introduce working practices that aims to make life easier for those who have caring responsibilities.

Brushing up on qualifications

07/09/2018

Almost 40 people were presented with hard-earned ASDAN awards at Sense Scotland’s recent graduation ceremony for the people they support.

Changing lives in Malawi

17/08/2018

Funding of more than £1.2 million has been secured by Sense Scotland from the Scottish Government’s Malawi Development Fund to continue its life-changing work which supports the development of inclusive education in Northern Malawi.

Volunteer friendly award gained

10/08/2018

Sense Scotland is delighted to have gained the ‘Volunteer Friendly Award’ from Volunteer Dundee for our Early Years activities.

Ken Buchanan is knockout draw

20/07/2018

Ex-boxer Ken Buchanan MBE, an inductee in to the International Boxing Hall of Fame, will be a knockout draw for the crowds attending Sense Scotland’s Festival of Fun this month.

Swapping Scandinavia for Scotland

24/06/2018

Sense Scotland were honoured to host a two-day meeting of the Nordic Cognition Network in TouchBase Glasgow this week.

High fives all round

22/06/2018

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.

Families take steps to inclusion

25/05/2018

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 new partnership

30/03/2018

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.