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Your Journey. Our Support. Endless Possibilities

Sensity believes in a world embracing human connections and diversity by providing people experiencing sensory loss with Intervenor Services, education and support programs.

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Darby’s Custom Cards Thrives Amid the Pandemic

As we head into the holiday season, we wanted to share this incredible story of…

Lions Homes for Deaf People (LHDP) awarded a $100,000 grant to Sensity to create our first modular housing unit.

We are grateful to Lions Homes for Deaf People for the financial support of a…

Drive Thru Christmas Displays

Sensity’s entry in the Paris Drive Thru Christmas Displays event is taking shape. With a…

Creating Meaningful Experiences

People who are deafblind or affected by sensory loss connect, communicate and experience the world differently. At Sensity, we create meaningful experiences by delivering individualized programming, support services, training, education and awareness.

Our Services

Changing Lives

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Our intervenors are personal connections that help each individual communicate with the world around them in their own unique way, to be heard and understood. With a career at Sensity, you will exercise creativity and experience personal growth and fulfillment through meaningful human connections.

Do you love helping others? Are you looking for a career with purpose? Being an intervenor is life changing. For people who experience multi-sensory challenges, Intervenors help make sense of the world around them by bridging the gaps of communication. Intervenors are leaders, problem solvers, creative, adaptable, comfortable with touch and working with others. A career as an intervenor is both challenging and rewarding. Learn new skills and discover how you can positively impact the lives of others.

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