The Sensory Learning Hub has been created by the National Sensory Impairment Partnership (NatSIP) to provide a centrally held trusted resource for all things related to sensory impairment. 

The content has been collated by specialists in the sensory impairment field with a view to supporting the frontline workforce who are working with children and young people who have sensory impairment.

Most of the Sensory Learning Hub is open to all, but we encourage you to register on the site for full access to everything we have to offer.  Registration is free, and open to anyone.  A walkthrough/howto on the registration process is pdf here .

The hub has four key areas to help guide you to find information and resources on sensory impairment:

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Information and advice accessed via the Sensory Learning Hub does not replace the advice and support provided by your local sensory impairment support service.

The Sensory Learning Hub is a work in progress.  We welcome comments and feedback. If you would like to make any comments on the hub, please leave us some feedback.

The Sensory Learning Hub has been set up as part of NatSIP's contract with the UK Government's Department for Education.

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