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Northumberland Sensory Services

We provide specialist and support services across Northumberland for d/Deaf and hard of hearing adults and those with a visual impairment (18+). We also provide support for young people aged 16 and over transitioning to adults services.

Our services enable those with a sensory impairment to maintain independence, live in their own homes, continue to live the lives they choose and remain active in their community.

Our Services 

Assessment and Support Planning

We provide specialist assessments of need and work with individuals to develop a support plan which details identified needs, chosen outcomes and how these are going to be met.

Rehabilitation Service

Our specialist staff provide orientation and mobility training enabling individuals to remain independent and safe in their own home and in their local community. We also provide practical, social and emotional support and help people develop skills and knowledge to maintain their home themselves including daily living skills. 


We provide advice, support and training around use of users personal devices, such as smart phones, tablets and Alexa units.

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Opening hours
Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm.
Tel 01670 293150

Mobile 07872 403788

Northumberland Sensory Services, 6a Manchester Street, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 1BH.

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Want to volunteer with us?

Our volunteers are invaluable and make a huge difference to our work. Whatever your skills, experience and interests, we probably have a volunteering opportunity that will suit you.

A boy with a hearing aid is sitting at the table playing a game, carefully removing bricks from a stack. A member of staff/volunteer is smiling as she watches.