Our new name, NextSense, will help as we continue supporting people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision.
Together, we may have been in the thick of COVID restrictions, but that didn’t stop a small group of NextSense clients safely getting together for a much-anticipated event—Braille Camp.
NextSense is the new brand and name that unites the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) and our group of services, including SCIC, Taralye, schools, and the Renwick Centre.
Wanda, who lost her hearing suddenly four years ago, is rediscovering everyday life through sound.
NextSense has launched an extension to its accessible online braille training series, UEB Mathematics—set to benefit people who are blind or have low vision.
NextSense (Formerly RIDBC) community is mourning the sudden passing of Leonie Jackson.
Regular updates on service delivery during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
High school graduate Benj doesn’t claim to be Santa Claus, but as we approach Christmas he has a special gift for the next generation of children who are blind or have low vision.
Sam loves playing with his school friends. And although he shouldn’t climb trees upside down, he still does. This is a story about a boy with hearing loss, who’s building himself a bright future.
When Jack was born with bilateral deafness, mum and dad didn’t hesitate for their son to receive bilateral cochlear implants.
COVID-19 has brought with it many challenges. At the height of the pandemic elective surgery was paused.
RIDBC supports children who are blind or have low vision.