Sense Internaţional România

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What we do

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Sense International Romania, through constant lobby and advocacy efforts, succeeded in making deafblindness recognised by the Romanian legislation as a distinct disability, as part of the programme promoting the rights of people with deafblindness.

SIR programmes target early intervention for newborn babies with sensory impairments, high quality education for children with deafblindness and vocational services for young people.

Our most recent project, Sensabilitate, aims at making deafblindness more known amongst people, developing – a key resource in the field of deafblindness in Romania.

Our projects


SIR has made and still makes constant lobby and advocacy efforts to promote the rights of people with deafblindness.
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The Early Intervention Programme supports sensory impaired newborn babies from Bucharest, Oradea, Timisoara and Iasi
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The Education Programme has been implemented on the basis of the Partnership Agreement with the Ministry of National Education regarding the Education of Multisensory Impaired Children/Pupils in Romania”.
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Responding to concerns from parents and teachers regarding the future of their children after leaving the education system, SI(R) has initiated a vocational pilot project called A Sense for Life.
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The platform - an online, accessible, interactive and dynamic platform as a tool of communication/source of relevant, up-to-date information in the field of deafblindness.
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