2003 – New supported living services in Angus, Ayshire, Glasgow, Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen. Healthy Living for Deafblind people project starts.
2004 – Sense Scotland purchase Glasgow building to develop a resource base for disabled people and their families. Expression Unlimited, international theatre project, produces performance by deafblind people in Scotland .
2005 – New respite services open in Dundee and South Lanarkshire.
2006 – Children in Need donate over £310,000 to the new head office/family resource, now called TouchBase. Overall funding for project exceeds £1m.
2007 – Service development in Highland to support people moving from a long-stay hospital to live independently.
2008 – HRH The Princess Royal officially opens TouchBase.
2009 – Our Arts team curate Leaving New Craigs exhibition, exploring social histories of people leaving one of the last long stay hospitals in Scotland.
2010 – Joyce Wilson takes over CEO position as Gillian Morbey starts new role as CEO of Sense. Purpose built supported living service for 12 people opens in Glasgow. New respite service for children opens in Argyll and Bute. First Staff Awards event, run by our Training and Learning Centre, held at TouchBase.
2011 – Andy Kerr takes over from Joyce Wilson as the new Chief Executive Officer for Sense Scotland.