Our stories

Our stories

Our stories

Tracy Girling is a sexuality and relationships adviser for Sense. Here, she explains what that means, and why her role is so important.

Julia is a Sense charity shop manager in Billericay. Here, she tells us all about how she organised the shop’s successful Alice in Wonderland-themed Sensational Tea Party.

Our chief executive Richard Kramer explains his plans to embed wellbeing at the heart of Sense’s organisational culture.

Steven works on campaigns at Sense. He shares his views on research that showed disabled people account for over half of all Covid-19 deaths.

Lisa Simpson is a choreographer and artistic director for Sense and the National Inclusive Dance Programme. She explains how she uses a novel form of communication to choreograph dance pieces.

Addressing diversity, equality and inclusion in the workplace is a moral and ethical imperative, writes our CEO Richard Kramer.

Laura is a multi-sensory impairment (MSI) teacher based in Manchester. She explains what an MSI teacher is and the crucial role MSI teachers play.

Callan works in the Sense Active team, based in Birmingham. In her role, she supports disabled people to be more active, building lifelong habits and getting access to the sporting opportunities that everyone should have.

Jasen describes what it's like managing a Sense service and why you should apply to work at Sense.

Find Sophia's best thing about working at Sense!

Kayan tells us how her role has developed at Sense.


Sofia came to Sense as a student, and loved the work so much that she just… stayed! Now she’s a team leader at Touchbase South East (Barnet)

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