For over 21 years, Sense International has worked closely with families and professionals to support children and adults who are deafblind to develop vital communication and life skills

Can you imagine the joy that is experienced when a mother communicates with her child who is deafblind for the first time? Or when a person who is deafblind, who has felt isolated from the community, is able to work and support their family? For thousands of children and adults who are deafblind, the support of Sense International has meant they can learn to communicate, to flourish, and to connect with their families.

Sense International works in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe, in places where local communities are often struggling with very basic needs. It is against this challenging backdrop that Sense Internati...

Jean Yves


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