Sense is a national disability charity that supports people living with complex disabilities, including those who are deafblind, to communicate and experience the world.

Sense support children, young people and adults in their home and in the community, in their education and transition to adulthood and through its holidays, arts, sports and wellbeing programmes. In addition to practical support to families, Sense also offers information advice, short breaks and family events, and campaigns for the rights of people with complex disabilities to take part in life.

Sense have produced an online platform offering a range of free art, sport and wellbeing activities developed to support people with complex impairments. The activity finder, available on the Sense website, currently lists over one hundred activities tailored to the different needs of people with complex impairments, and activities can be carried with families, carers and support staff.

The resources currently come in multiple different formats, including, video content with British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation, captioning and auto description, Easy Read resources, and live zoom sessions that can booked in advance. Later in the year, as the country moves out of lockdown, physical events will also be added to the website.

The content includes activities ranging from inclusive yoga to sound baths, and was created together with partners across the disability, sports and arts sectors, as well as with disabled artists, practitioners, instructors and coaches.