Who We Are

Equalize Sensory Services is a contract company with a heart for serving people who are impacted by special needs, including vision and hearing loss in their daily lives. We serve children and adults across North Carolina in their homes, businesses, and organizations. Contact us to discuss how we can help you, your student, or a loved one reach their greatest potential.

  • Blindness and Visual Impairment Services

    Supporting children with visual impairments and blindness in school, home and community settings with highly qualified Teachers of the Visually Impaired, Orientation and Mobility Specialists and Braillists.

  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services

    Equalize provides Teachers of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Educational Interpreters and Language Facilitators to support children in schools, homes and the community.

  • Exceptional Children

    We are pleased to provide Exceptional Children's Teachers, Interim EC Directors and Case Managers to help all children with special needs to thrive.

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Our Core Values

Honesty, Integrity and Transparency - Dedicated to team, clients and the people we serve - Growth mindset with professional support for all - High standards delivered by capable providers - Healthy work environment with balance and fun - Responsive leadership with a heart for service - Culture of positivity, compassion, and teamwork

  • "Our school system has counted on Equalize for years to serve our students with visual impairments. We love the providers and Kim is very responsive."
    - Christy M.

  • "We learned so much from the Equalize team when they evaluated our student. We felt supported through the whole process."
    - Nancy B.

  • "I love being a part of the Equalize team! I feel valued and supported. It is nice to have a boss who understands my job and has my back."
    - T.B.

  • "Tremendous service from Kim at Equalize, thank you so much for helping our daughter!"
    - Lakeesha W.

  • "What a difference it makes to work with a company who "gets it". Their knowledge and passion for kids with visual impairments shines through."
    - Thomas K