About Us

Everything your need to know about Vision Sense

We work to improve social care, health, criminal justice, learning and employment with disabled people of all ages, in disadvantaged places or positions in the UK.

We have a proven track record of working with commissioners and communities to design and mentor transformation in social care, health and criminal justice.  If you have tough decisions or sea-change funding to deliver, we can help you ensure you achieve your goals fairly and transparently, with timely and proportionate evidence to support you.

Some of our best practice service user research for the NHS:

Vision Sense delivers evidence-based, interactive training, with clients from CEOs, to human resources and learning teams, so that you can ensure your people and policies perform to the highest standards.  Our training is accredited from levels 1-6 and we are a Registered ONE Awards (Open College Network North East) Centre.  You can book training online here.

Vision Sense is a User-Led Organisation and a not-for-profit social enterprise, formed in 2003.  We are proud to be qualified experienced disabled people, working with you for change.  When you buy our training, research, access or policy experts, any surplus we make each year goes back into providing services for disabled and excluded people in the area.  That’s even more equality for your money!  Working with us can help you meet some of your Equality Act and Social Value Act targets.

Don’t take our word for it – here’s some of our work that has been chosen as best practice:

Best practice work with victims and Survivors to tackle institutional abuse and prevent disablist hate crime:

Award-winning Inclusive Design:
http://www.twmuseums.org.uk/greatnorthmuseum virtual tour.

What our Clients say:
"The best training I’ve ever attended"
"Their expert knowledge definitely contributed to the success of the project"