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At 19, we look forward

Today, February 2, 2020, when Sense International Romania turns 19 years old, we do not look back, but look forward.

Everything we have achieved so far is important, but everything we aim for for the coming year is equally important:

  • We will organize several orientation and mobility trips for  children and young people with deafblindness from our projects.


  • We will think and organize, for the first time, lobbying, advocacy and leadership courses for a group of young people with deafblindness so that they can make their voices heard;


  • Together with Code for Romania, CSEI Timişoara, CSEI Oradea and Pavelcu High School, we will work on e-Sense, the first educational software dedicated to children with deafblindness, through a project funded by the Orange Foundation.


  • We will start work on the first e-learning platform that will offer courses in the field of of deafblindness for teachers, parents, for anyone interested in this field.


  • We will continue the tradition of organizing in schools across the country activities with hundreds of children to mark the Helen Keller International Feast.


  • For the third year in a row, we will mark 3 December – International Day of Persons with Disabilities, in partner schools all over the country, an event dedicated to Mr Vasile Adamescu.


  • In the autumn we will organize the First National Conference on Deafblindness, an opportunity for specialists in the field to learn from each other the latest methods and techniques of working with the child with deafblindness.


  • We will continue to promote the rights of people with deafblindness by participating with the Sensory Tent Beyond Senses at events, conferences, etc. Call us and we’ll come.