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Seeking to contribute to a world where everyone is understood in spite of difference. 


The Sensory Projects run on the principle that with the right knowledge and a little creativity inexpensive items can become effective sensory tools for inclusion.




This website will let you explore the Projects, find out about training courses, and access materials that will support you as you seek to include people in a sensory way.

Connecting with The Sensory Project's founder Joanna Grace on social media will give you access to additional content, insight and information.


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Chlöe Salfield and Sensory Projects' Founder Joanna Grace presented at TEDx Truro, their topic was: Inclusion: for pity's sake? The presentation will be available to view via youtube shortly.

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Raising The Bar
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On the 24th of November Sensory Projects' Founder Joanna Grace will be a part of the team launching the new PMLD service standards.

Settings adopting these standards make a commitment to following the very best practice in the care of people with PMLD.

Through the adoption of the standards it is hoped the bar for what constitutes good care will be raised for everyone and lives will be improved.


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Early Bird booking for the 2018 Lexiconary is live with a limited number of Early Bird tickets available for each venue. 

The 2018 Lex will be visiting: Plymouth, Bristol, Nottingham, Cambridge, Manchester and London.


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A one off ticketed version of Sensory Engagement for Mental Well Being is being hosted at Woodbrooke retreat centre on March 16th 2018.

A limited number of Early Bird tickets are available now.


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