We went along to see Quarriers’ powerful new drama,War on Hate Crime, to learn about disabled people’s personal experiences of hate crime.
Bishopbriggs Academy scores a perfect 10 for the stunning Strictly Come Dancing event they pulled off to raise funds for Sense Scotland.
Find out what happened what Sense Scotland went along to Glasgow University’s volunteer open day and gave students an insight into what it’s like living with sensory impairment.
Yvonne and Andy received a warm welcome from the First Minister, The Rt Hon Nicola Sturgeon, MSP at her constituency office in Glasgow when we dropped in a gift to thank her for officially opening our TouchBase Glasgow extension in October.
Find out what happened when STV Glasgow came to film our new unique project, Sensatronic Lab last week.
We’re really excited about our new Sensatronic-Lab coming in 2016 – a new digital arts project making music technology accessible.
We’re delighted to announce we’ve received an early Christmas gift in the form of Scottish Government funding for our Early Years Programme.
Service users and staff at Sense Scotland got an early Christmas surprise when Bay City Rollers popped in for a bit of a Shang-A-Lang.
Craig Ferguson ran his first ever marathon in aid of his sister, a service-user at Sense Scotland, raising £500 despite a bout of nerves – and a big blister.
A consortium of local authorities and support organisations wanted to learn if young people and their families had control over choosing their support after school.