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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 lets you explore The Sensory 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.


News

The Sensory Projects are running an Easter Egg hunt across this website, for details of how to play 'Like' us on Facebook at @TheSensoryProjects and read the pinned post. The eggs are being hidden one by one, four eggs have been hidden so far. Ten could be hidden in total, so check back to find more eggs on another day. The hunt will run until the end of April 2019. Prizes include sensory stories, books, and tickets to the 2019 Sensory Projects training tour!

Three of the courses run by The Sensory Projects: The Story Telling Day, the Lexiconary and the Sensory Engagement for Mental Wellbeing Day have all achieved CPD accreditation thanks to The Goldsmith Centre. 

The Sensory-being Project won The Creative Learning Guild's award for Visual Arts and Design 2019

Joanna has been nominated for a National Diversity Award, for her work on The Core and Essential Service Standards for Supporting People with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities, and her work at The Sensory Projects, to second this nomination please click this link and add your voice.

The 2019 tour is open for Bookings.

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Jo Grace,
23 Nov 2017, 15:34