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Sensory support services

The Sensory Support Unit aims to promote the inclusion, well being and quality of life for residents of Norfolk who have a sensory loss.

Our vision is to learn and share knowledge with our service users and partner agencies to break down barriers causing unnecessary dependency.

We provide social care assessments for people who are deaf or have a dual sensory loss. We also provide an assessment and rehabilitation service where sight loss has become a critical or substantial barrier to independent living.

The Sensory Support Unit is able to offer advice and training to carers, families and other professionals depending on assessed need.

You can contact us for further information on:

Contact Norfolk County Council. 

The Sensory Support Unit can also take direct referrals for people who meet our eligibility criteria if they have a dual sensory loss or use British Sign Language as their first language