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Lincolnshire Sensory Services

We provide specialist information, guidance and support for adults, children and young people living in Lincolnshire with sight and/or hearing loss, as well as families and carers. 

Our team understand the practical and emotional challenges that people with sensory loss can face in their everyday lives. We focus on promoting independence, wellbeing and accessibility. Our aim is to help people maintain independence and dignity in every aspect of their lives, and we work closely with carers, families and other organisations to increase their understanding about sensory loss. 

Our Services

  • Registration of sight, hearing and dual sensory loss
  • Rehabilitation support to help with daily living tasks
  • Mobility training for safe independent travel
  • Equipment provision and demonstration
  • Information and advice about living with a sight or hearing loss and accessing activities in the local community
  • Social mobility for children with a sensory impairment
  • Referral and signposting to other services, voluntary organisations and groups
  • Benefits advice

With the valued help of Volunteers, we also provide

  • Community drop-ins for NHS hearing aid maintenance and replacement batteries – in collaboration with local NHS hearing aid providers
  • BSL translation for members of the Deaf community

Lincolnshire Sensory Services is a short term enablement service delivered by BID Services on behalf of Lincolnshire County Council and supports adults, children and young people along with their families and carers.   

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Opening hours
Monday – Thursday, 9am – 5pm. Friday, 9am – 4:30pm.
Call 03333 202667
Text 07710 155104

Lincolnshire Sensory Services, Wellingore Hall, Hall Street, Wellingore, Lincoln LN5 0HX

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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.