Sense report reveals the scale of complex disabilities in the UK
A new report from Sense has provided detailed data on the number of children and adults with complex disabilities across the regions of the UK.
The report states that there are around 84,000 people with complex disabilities in Wales - this is defined as having two or more of the following conditions: sight loss, hearing loss, autism and learning difficulties. It also gives a detailed demographic breakdown of the figures. You can find out more here.
Posted on the 23rd of May 2022