Our forthcoming events:
Free family nature day 20th May and 3rd June
Upton Cross, Nr Liskeard, Cornwall
Join us for cooking, foraging, stories and adventures. This is a free event for families of children with disabilities. Booking is essential and spaces are limited. Find out more.
Can you take part in our short survey?
We need your help, we are looking for families of children with disabilities to take part in our short annonymous survey. The findings will inform our latest Big Lottery funded project Sensory Nature Adventures and Play.
New product! Sense stickers
Beautifully hand-drawn stickers depicting the five senses.
Sense stickers have so many uses from the classroom to the outdoor world. Great for planning sensory gardens or trails and brilliant fun as reward stickers when encouraging multi-sensory exploration. Find out more
Making a donation to Sensory Trust is now even easier and it won't cost you a penny! Every time you shop online, go tothe easyfundraising website first, pick the retailer you want and start shopping. After you’ve checked out, that retailer will make a donation to us and it won’t cost you a penny extra! Register to raise for Sensory Trust now.
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Our new game, designed to inspire young and old outdoors exploring, finding and sharing, is getting great reviews and is now selling across the world in Australia and USA.
We've just updated our grants page with new sources of funding.
A focus on psychosocial approaches and how the Third Sector can work in partnership with the NHS to meet the objectives of the National Dementia Strategy whilst reducing the pressure on GPs and other NHS services.
Project evaluation from our Creative Spaces project free to download. This uses creative evaluation techniques and developed with the European Centre for Environment and Human Health.
Getting outside and bringing nature in - isn't it time to recognise these as essential elements of dementia care?
A recent article from our Creative Spaces project highlights the importance of connections with the natural world for the well-being of people living with dementia.
Are you a carer looking for new ideas for things to make with the people you care for? Or a teacher or activity coordinator? These nature-based activities are designed to be easy, low-cost and many can be done indoors or out.
Working with young and older carers throughout Cornwall to provide a fun, creative break away from their caring duties.
A series of short films show how a blend of poetry and gardens gives a voice to people living with dementia.