Welcome to Vision Sense!

Working to improve social care, health, criminal justice, learning and employment with disabled people of all ages.


Vision Sense is currently working with Lancaster University Centre for Disability Research, AVA (Against Violence & Abuse) & DRILL (Disability Research on Independent Living & Learning) on a new disability research project.

Service providers please click the link below for access to the Service Provider Online Survey. 
(closing date for this survey is Friday 22nd June 2018)

DRILL Service Provider Online Survey

Further details about this research project can be found here

Tackling Violence Against Disabled Women and Girls

A free one day conference will take place at Lancaster University on Monday 9th July to disseminate our research findings, the experiences of barriers to supporting disabled women and share good practice and provide an opportunity to connect with others working with disabled and Deaf women to develop networks to better support disabled women and girls after violence.

Full details, including the programme for the event can be found here.

If you would like to attend you can book a place here.

About Vision Sense

  Vision Sense (a user-led organisation of disabled people), Lancaster University Centre for Disability Research (CeDR) and AVA (Against Violence and Abuse) are delighted to be working together to improve services for disabled women and girls who have experienced gendered violence, hate crime or abuse. The...read more