#WeAreAble Campaign Supported by Fifth Sense
#WeAreAble will look to raise awareness and understanding for those that could be vulnerable to potential safety issues at home, including those of us with a smell disorder, and will help to highlight resources such as the Priority Service Register.
It will also provide handy ‘how to’ guides and practical information that will make a difference to people that need support.
Founder and CEO, Duncan Boak stated “we know that safety is a real concern for many people with a poor, altered or no sense of smell and we’re determined to ensure that everyone with a smell disorder has the support and information they need to stay safe and well at home.”
That is why we are part of the #WeAreAble campaign. You can find out more about #WeAreAble and sign up to the campaign newsletter at https://weareable.uk
The campaign will include stories from Fifth Sense members highlighting some of the safety challenges they have faced at home and how our information and support has helped them.
Inspired by his own life experiences, Duncan setup Fifth Sense to help and inform people affected by smell and taste disorders, which was the first of its kind to provide support, advice and treatment to people affected by such conditions.
For more information on Fifth Sense and the tools they provide, visit https://www.fifthsense.org.uk/