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Health Needs
Speech and Language
1 Voice0845 330 7862info@1voice.info1 Voice - communicating together; recognises that a communication disability can be isolating for children and their families. Offers a network for families.
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Grantmaking
Leisure, Sports, Respite
3H Fund
http://www.3hfund.org.uk/
01892 860207info@3hfund.org.ukGrants are awarded to disabled people, their family and carers who on a low income to take holidays in the UK. To request an application form call the fund on the number listed below.
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Sensory Impairments
4Sight Resource Centres
http://www.4sight.org.uk/
01243 828555Bognor Regisenquiries@4sightsussex.co.ukCrawley - Tel: 01293 657090; Shoreham by Sea - Tel: 01273 454343
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Mobility and Equipment
ComputersAbilityNet
https://www.abilitynet.org.uk/
0800 26954501926 312847enquiries@abilitynet.org.ukHelps disabled adults and children use computers and the internet by adapting and adjusting the information and communication technologies they use.
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GrantmakingEducation Able Kidz
http://www.ablekidz.com/
Able Kidz Educational Trust, 43 Bedford Street
LondonWC2E 2HAEducational trust that supports disabled children and young people (under 18 years) in the UK with their education and learning. Provides specialist equipment, computers, software and extra tuition to enable them to achieve independence and self reliance. Applications should be made in writing with a supporting letter from a medical or education professional to the Grants Officer
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Information Services & Advice
Access to Work South East Business Centre
0208 426 31100208 426 3133TextAdvice and help for disabled people over 16. Grants for alterations to premises, special equipment, travel costs or support worker help and communicator assistance.
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Information Services & Advice
Accessible Property Register Website
http://accessible-property.org.uk/start.htm
07749 119385
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GrantmakingEquipmentACT Foundation
http://www.theactfoundation.co.uk/
01753 753900info@theactfoundation.co.uk
The Grants Manager

61 Thames St
Windsor
Berkshire
SL4 1QW Grants are awarded towards building costs, specialised equipment and financial assistance towards the costs of a short-term respite break. Individuals must apply via an application for available for download on the charity website.
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Education
Educational Resources and Advice
Action Against Bullying Support Line (WSCC)
03330 142 904
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Sensory Impairments
Visual Impairments
Action for Blind People0800 915 4666Helpline
info@actionforblindpeople.org.uk
National charity for blind and visually impaired people providing supported housing, holiday hotels, employment support, information and advice, financial help and welfare rights service. Provides sporting activities for children.
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Sensory Impairments
Deafness and Hard of Hearing
Action for Deafness
www.actionfordeafness.org.uk
01444 41558201444 415593Minicomwsdeaf@wsdeaf.org.ukHelps people to express their views, sets up sign language and lip reading classes, provides information and advice, equipment, helps with improving and developing services.
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Mobility and Equipment
Action for Kidswww.actionforkids.org020 8347 8111HelplineAims to combat the problems facing severely disabled children and their families. Provides mobility aids not available on the NHS for young people with any disability aged 0-26 in the UK.
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Health NeedsAction For Sick Children
http://www.actionforsickchildren.org.uk
0800 074 4519
enquiries@actionforsickchildren.org
Aims to promote a high quality of health care for children and young people in hospital and at home. Branch network for parent advice and support. Produce publications such as “Helping Children Cope with Pain” and “Teenagers in Hospital”
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Information Services & Advice
Action for Victims of Medical Accidents (AVMA)
http://www.avma.org.uk/
0845 123 23 52Promotes better patient safety and justice (including financial compensation) for victims of medical accidents
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Sensory Impairments
Deafness and Hard of Hearing
Action on Hearing Loss
www.actionhearingloss.org.uk
0808 808 0123Information0808 808 9000Text phone
informationline@hearingloss.org.uk
Offers Information and advice, hearing checks, research, care and communication services,employment advice, equipment and campaigning on behalf of people with hearing impairments.
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Play and Leisure Active Crawley Card01293 438000The Active Crawley Card serves as membership for K2 as well as providing information about sports and other leisure opportunities within Crawley. Discounted use of the leisure centres, and other leisure opportunities in Crawley.
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Play and Leisure SportsActive Sussex
http://www.activesussex.org
01273 644154Gemma Finlayinfo@activesussex.org
University of Brighton Sports Centre
FalmerBrighton
East Sussex
BN1 9PHOffers opportunities for young people with disabilities to participate in sporting activities across the county
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Behavioural Difficulties
ADHD Parent Support Group07765 262524twinkletoes71@hotmail.co.ukSupport group for parents/carers of children with ADHD.
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Carers Support Organisations
Adoption Support and Play Therapy01243 77917107976 782633Kate.Kirk@btinternet.com
4 the Meadows
Donnington
Chichester
PO19 8TGSmall therapy business offering support through play to families who have adopted young children. I also offer Play Therapy for children after divorce, bereavement or emotional difficulties.
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Education
Adult and Community Learning Service – West Sussex
https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/education-children-and-families/adult-education/
0845 6010161
adult.education@westsussex.gov.uk
Adult Education Centres offer a range of courses covering a wide range of subjects. All courses are listed in the “Courses for All” Directory, a copy of which is held in each library. People with disabilities are welcome to attend any appropriate course and can discuss any particular needs with a member of Adult Education staff. Skills for Life and Work (Basic or essential skills), sign language and lip reading classes are available at most of the centres. Buddy scheme for people with learning difficulties - contact Learning Links on 01403 713513.
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Learning Difficulties
Adult Dyslexic Telephone Support - Worthing
01903 212058billie-john.clark@ntlworld.comAdvisor willing to offer advice on assessment, training and computers, help with practical problems, support for adults with dyslexia and their families.
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Information Services & Advice
District Councils
Adur District Council01273 263000
helppoint@adur-worthing.gov.uk
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Play and LeisureSportsAdur Petanque Club (French Boules)01903 503716veeat23@aol.comInitial help and concessionary fees for people with disabilities to play petanque.
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Play and LeisureAdur Special Needs Project
www.adurspecialneedsproject.org.uk
01273 441866
info@adurspecialneedsproject.co.uk
Youth Centre, Penhill Road
LancingAn evening youth club for disabled, 8 -18 year olds on Tuesdays 6.45-8.15pm offering a range of activities. Additional separate activities suited to young people with special needs aged 13 and over.
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Education
Educational Resources and Advice
ADVANCE
http://www.advancecentres.com/
01342 311137info@advancecentres.comTeaching institute for parents in the methods of the Scotson Technique which seeks to enhance oxygen supply to the body tissues in people with cerebral palsy.
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Play and Leisure Adventure Unlimited
http://www.aultd.org/?doing_wp_cron=1455987031.3388059139251708984375
01273 681058info@aultd.orgActivities and Social Events for eight to 18-year-olds with and without special needs.
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Education
Educational Resources and Advice
Advisory Centre For Education (ACE)
http://www.ace-ed.org.uk
020 8888 3377Adviceenquiries@ace-ed.org.uk
1c Aberdeen Studios
, 22 Highbury Grove, London, N5 2DQ
Offers guidance to parents on all aspects of school education. Publishes a wide range of books and info sheets including: “Special Education Handbook” and “Children with Special Needs: Sources of Help”
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Health Needs
Speech and Language
AFASIC (Action for All Speech
Impaired Children)
www.afasic.org.uk0300 666 9410info@afasic.org.ukAdvice, information and support, including a telephone helpline, newsletters; seminars/workshops for parents and professionals; self-help groups throughout the country.
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Mobility and Equipment
ComputersAidis Trusthttp://www.aidis.org0808 800 00090845 120 3719Helplinesupport@aidis.org
Floor 7
3 London Wall Buildings
London Wall
LondonEC2M 5PDAdvise on computers and communication aids to individuals with physical or learning disabilities. Applications should be made in writing.
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Play and Leisure SportsAlbion in the Community01273 6685907876 89803
nikkirichardson@albioninthecommunity.org.uk
Inclusive sports sessions for young children including football, basketball, hockey and boccia.
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Play and Leisure Music and Arts
Aldingbourne Trust Art and Craft Service, Bognor
http://www.aldingbournetrust.co.uk/
01243 838535
creativeart@aldingbournetrust.co.uk
Offers a wide range of tuition in art activities for adults with learning disabilities.
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Information Services & Advice
Aldingbourne Country Centre, Chichester
http://www.aldingbournetrust.co.uk/
01243 542075
centraloffice@aldingbournetrust.co.uk
Support to find voluntary or paid work in the local community.
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Mobility and Equipment
Aldridge Charitable Trust0844 412 5101
Silca House, 32-34 Eagle Wharf Road
LondonN1 7EGOne off grants to young people under 18 who have a physical or learning disability and in need, for specialised equipment such as special bicycles, wheelchairs or special baths. Applications must be made in writing.
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Play and Leisure Sports
All Sports Club, The Venue, Chichester
01243 779075liz.spandley@virgin.netSports and activities for disabled people aged 16+. Wednesday, 6-7.30pm. £1 per week.
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Education
Educational Resources and Advice
Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE)
http://www.allfie.org.uk/
0207 737 6030info@allfie.org.ukNational network of disabled people, parents and teachers campaigning for inclusive education.
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Play and Leisure SportsAllsports01444 255120After-school sports club for children aged six to 19.
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Behavioural Difficulties
AutismAmbitious about Autism
https://www.ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk/
020 8815 5444
info@ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk
Education, training and campaigning for improved opportunities for people with autism.
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Play and Leisure SportsAMF Bowling, Worthing0844 8263041
ukworthingcentre@amfbowling.co.uk
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Play and LeisureSportsAngling4Education
www.angling4education.com
01273 96812607795 410812info@angling4education.comDelivers fun and interactive educational provision for young people around the sport of angling. Our mission is to use the sport to engage the participants and give them opportunities to grow personally and socially through the delivery of meaningful and inspiring projects and courses. We believe angling is a vastly under utilised vehicle of engagement and learning for young people and we aim to develop the opportunities available to them.
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Education
SEND Hub Network
Angmering ASCEND
http://www.angmeringascend.co.uk/
Previously known as 'The Links College'. It is sited in eight separate locations and offers educational provision to children and young people unable to attend school. The sites are: Chichester; Crawley; Burgess Hill; Haywards Heath; Lancing; Littlehampton; Worthing; and a secure unit near Crawley. Contact details for all providers can be found on the website.
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Play and Leisure SportsAquarena, Worthing01903 231797Swimming lessons for disabled people of all ages with a dedicated lane with a hoist. Sundays, 6.45pm-8pm. Swimmer: £2.40; Carers go free.
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GrantmakingHardshipArgus Appeal
http://www.theargus.co.uk/argusappeal/
01273 544544elsa.gillio@theargus.co.ukProvides grants towards sickness, poverty, and hardship, for lonely and needy older people and underprivileged children, in particular at Christmas. For further information on applying visit the website listed below.
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Play and Leisure Music and ArtsAriel Orthello's01444 250407Dance, drama, music and singing for children with special needs aged seven to 19. Meets Saturdays from 8.45 to 9.45 a.m.
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Physical DisabililtiesArthritis Care / Young Arthritis Care
https://www.arthritiscare.org.uk
0808 800 4050Helpline0808 808 2000
Helpline Young People
info@arthritiscare.org.ukProvides information and support on a range of issues related to living with arthritis, including self-management programmes to help people to cope with their condition.
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Carers Support Organisations
Arun Counselling Service (Littlehampton)
http://www.aruncounselling.org.uk/
01903 714 417Confidential counselling service - no one is turned away if they cannot afford to pay. Sessions available on evenings or Saturday mornings.
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Information Services & Advice
District Councils
Arun District Council01903 737500
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Play and Leisure SportsArun Dolphins Swimming Club 01903 726531adajy512@aol.comSwimming club for people with sensory, physical or learning disabilities.
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Play and LeisureArun Sunshine Group, Littlehampton
http://www.arunsunshine.org.uk/
01903 731223Sundays, 2 - 5pm. Fortnightly, for adults with learning difficulties providing social and recreational activities. £2 a session.
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Play and Leisure SportsArun Sports & Arts01903 890301
Community Development Manager, Carrie Reynolds
carrie.reynolds@inspireleisure.co.uk
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Play and Leisure Sports
Arun Sports Association for the Disabled
01243 583868Sports club for disabled people aged nine years and over.
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Physical Disabililties
ASBAH - Association for Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus
01733 5559880845 4507755helpline@asbah.orgAdvice and information on all aspects of spina bifida and hydrocephalus including education, continence, mobility etc.
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Play and Leisure
Ashdown Club for Children with Special Needs - Guild Care
www.guildcare.org/ashdown-centre
01903 528607ashdown@guildcare.org
6-8 Ashdowne Road
WorthingSituated in a purpose-adapted building, there is a youth club for young people with special needs aged 12 - 18 on Wednesday evenings.
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Health Needs
Residential Care Homes
Ashwood Cheshire Home, Chesswood Road, Worthing
01903 230930ManagerAshwood@LCDisability.orgCommunity home for adults with learning disabilities in Worthing.
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Health Needs
Asian Peoples Disability Alliance (APDA)
http://www.apda.org.uk/
020 8459 1030info@apda.org.ukInformation, advice, day care, sports and arts for disabled Asian people.
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Mobility and Equipment
AskDes (Disability Equipment Service)
http://disabilityequipmentservice.co.uk/
Second hand disability equipment service.
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Information Services & Advice
Asphaleia, Worthing
http://www.asphaleia.co.uk/
01903 522966headoffice@asphaleia.co.ukProvides services to marginalised young people aged 16-24. Services include homes & outreach services, tailored learning and training programmes with personal mentoring to meet individual needs. A supported living and domiciliary care service.
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Behavioural Difficulties
Autism
Assessment Service for Autistic Spectrum Disorder/Asperger's Syndrome
http://www.sussexpartnership.nhs.uk/
01903 843538Offers two assessments per month for people of all ages with a provisional diagnosis. Referrals must come from the team who have assessed the person and will be supporting them such as a CTPLD or CMHT.
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Health Needs
Life Limiting & Life Threatening Illnesses
Association for Children’s Palliative Care (ACT)
http://www.act.org.uk0845 10822010117 9166422info@act.org.ukProvides information on support services available for families whose children have life-threatening or terminal conditions.
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Information Services & Advice
Association for Real Change (ARC)http://arcuk.org.uk/01246 555043contact.us@arcuk.org.ukInformation, advice, training and consultancy on person centred services for people with learning disabilities.
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Health Needs
Association for Rehabilitation of Communication and Oral Skills (ARCOS)
http://arcos.org.uk/01684 576795Provides information, advice, training and therapy to children and adults with communication or eating difficulties.
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Mobility and Equipment
Association Of Wheelchair Children0844 5441050
headoffice@wheelchairchildren.org.uk
Aim to aid and support children who use wheelchairs and their families. Try to ensure that children have the right equipment and run training courses for children using wheelchairs for outdoor mobility.
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Health Needs
Association of Young People with ME/ AYME
http://www.ayme.org.uk
0330 2211 223helpline@ayme.org.ukOrganisation for children and young people from 5-26 years with ME. Helpline open 10am-2pm Mon-Fri and Wed evening 6-9pm. Provide information sheets, education and medical advice, friendship and support to the young people, their families and carers.
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Health NeedsAsthma UK
https://www.asthma.org.uk
0800 121 62 44Advice Line020 7786 4900Publications lineinfo@asthma.org.ukDedicated to improving the health and well-being of people in the UK whose lives are affected by asthma.
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Mobility and Equipment
Ataxia UK
http://www.ataxia.org.uk/
0845 644 0606tthatcher@ataxia.org.ukProvides grants for the purchase of wheelchairs and computers. To qualify applicants must have exhausted all other funding sources and be referred by the charity's advocacy service. For further information visit the website.
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Behavioural Difficulties
Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service (ADDISS)
http://www.addiss.co.uk/
020 8952 2800info@addiss.co.ukProvides information, advice and training to people affected by Attention Deficit Disorder including sufferers, parents and professionals.
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EducationAudiblox Learning website
http://www.audiblox2000.com/
07899 964281
kelliaudiobloxinfo@hotmail.co.uk
A specially designed learning programme which benefits those with learning difficulties, dyslexia, dyspraxia and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). There are specialist programmes for learning at home instead of in a school environment and there is one specialist tutor in Lindfield, West Sussex.
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Behavioural Difficulties
AutismAutism & Asperger Action
http://www.aaaction.ukf.net
01903 21172501903 244209aaaction@ukf.netAn active group of parents, carers, professionals and people with ASD working towards improved support for affected young people (14+) and adults in West Sussex.
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Behavioural Difficulties
AutismAutism Support Crawley07596 737741
admin@autismsupportcrawley.co.uk
Support group for parents of children on the autism spectrum or who have social communication difficulties.
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Behavioural Difficulties
AutismAutism Support Group01293 651777Support group for parents and carers of children with Autism. Held first Thursday of every month Broadfield children and family centre.
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Behavioural Difficulties
AutismAutism Sussex
http://www.autismsussex.org.uk/
08454 500060
enquiries@autismsussex.org.uk
Charity that provides support groups, workshops, advice and support to families living with autism across Sussex.
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Behavioural Difficulties
AVIG Guider and Educational Psychologist: Zubeida Dasgupta
http://www.yoursussexpsychologist.co.uk/
07501 909192
info@yoursussexpsychologist.co.uk
My particular interest is using a brief, evidence-based approach called Video Interaction Guidance with parents to improve relationships and reduce conflict with their children.
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GrantmakingHardshipB.V. MacAndrew Trust01273 562563
9 Albert Mews
Third Avenue
HoveBN3 2PPProvides grants to help poor and deserving young people get a good start in life. Applications via an intermediary charity or suitable organisation should be made in writing to the trustee listed below.
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Mobility and Equipment
Banstead Mobility Centre / Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation Mobility Centre
http://qef.org.uk/020 8770 1151info@mobility-qe.orgInformation and assessment service on all aspects of outdoor mobility. Driving ability, car adaptations and electric wheelchair assessments and training for disabled people including residential driving tuition. Register of driving instructors for disabled people.
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Learning DifficultiesBarnardo's
https://www.barnardos.org.uk/
Supports young carers and siblings of children with learning disabilities.
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Education
Special Support Centres
Barnham Primary School (Physical Disability Unit)
http://www.barnhamprimaryschool.co.uk/
01243 552197
office@barnhamprimaryschool.co.uk
Elm Grove
PO22 0HWSpecial school support facility, known as The Orchard, for up to ten children from the western and southern areas of West Sussex, who have physical disabilities.
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Behavioural Difficulties
Behaviour Advice
http://www.behaviouradvice.co.uk/
01403 780627info@behaviouradvice.co.uk
25 Frenches Mead
Billingshurst
RH14 9LEBehaviour Advice is a training and consultancy service covering all aspects of educational inclusion, particularly relating to social, emotional, behavioural difficulties and well-being.
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Play and LeisureMusic and ArtsBelltree Music Therapy CentreThe Belltree Music Therapy Centre offers a professional music therapy service to people of all ages across Brighton and Hove, and Sussex counties.
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Financial Advice and Services
Benefit Enquiry Line0800 882200
BEL-Customer-Services@dwp.gsi.gov.uk
A national helpline giving general advice/information to people with disabilities and their carers. Opening times: weekdays 8.30am-6.30pm Sat 9am-1pm.
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Health NeedsBevern Trust
http://www.beverntrust.org/
01273 400752info@bevernview.orgEnabling people with profound disabilities to live their lives to the full.
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Play and Leisure SportsBillingshurst Leisure Centre01403 787500
enquiries@billingshurstleisurecentre.co.uk
Various sports and leisure activities, including for children with disabilities.
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Carers Support Organisations
Birth Trauma Association
http://www.birthtraumaassociation.org.uk/
Works with mothers who have experienced birth trauma or postnatal post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
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Education
Special Support Centres
Blackthorns Community Primary School (Specialist Support Unit)
http://www.blackthornsprimaryacademy.org.uk/
01444 454866
office@blackthorns.w-sussex.sch.uk
3 Blackthorns Close
LindfieldRH16 2UABlackthorns has a Special Support Centre for eight children with Education Health and Care Plans for dyslexia in Key Stage 2
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Health NeedsBladder and Bowel Foundation
https://www.bladderandbowelfoundation.org/
01536 533255
info@bladderandbowelfoundation.org
B&BF provides information and support services, including a confidential helpline for anyone affected by bladder and bowel conditions as well as their families, carers and healthcare professionals.
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Sensory Impairments
Visual Impairments
Blatchington Court Trust01273 727222
enquiries@blatchington-court.co.uk
Promotes the education (including social and physical training) and employment of visually impaired young people under 30 from Sussex.
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Sensory Impairments
Visual Impairments
Blind Children UK
http://www.blindchildrenuk.org/
0800 781 1444services@blindchildrenuk.orgProvides grants towards the educational and recreational goals of a child or young person under the age of 25. All grant applications need to be endorsed by a qualified visually impaired professional, for example, a social worker or teacher.
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Information Services & Advice
Blue Badge Scheme (WSCC)
https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/
01243 777653
blue.badges@westsussex.gov.uk
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Play and Leisure Blue Bird Club01293 585350
Matt Lethbridge, Crawley Wellbeing Manager.
Club nights 7-10pm and outreach programs for people over 16 with learning disabilities.
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Play and Leisure
Blue Oasis Club nights and outreach programmes
01403 215216nick.jenkins@horsham.gov.uk7-10pm for people over 16 with learning disabilities. £3 and carer free.
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Play and Leisure Blue Umbrella Clubs01403 215216Club nights and out-reach for young people and adults with learning disabilities.
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Play and Leisure
Blue Wave club nights and outreach programmes
01903 7254517-10pm for people with learning disabilities.
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Physical DisabililtiesBobath Centre020 8444 3355enquiries@bobath.org.ukSpecialist therapy for children and adults with cerebral palsy designed to enhance personal independence.
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Play and Leisure Music and ArtsBoom Tribe (Horsham)01403 215216nick.jenkins@horsham.gov.ukWeekly Brazilian-inspired percussion workshops for young people with disabilities. Provides young people the opportunity to socialise and perform at events.
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GrantmakingHardshipBoparan Charitable Trust
http://www.theboparancharitabletrust.com/
Helps children and young people under 18 years in the UK who are disadvantaged through poverty, disability or terminal illness. Each application request is judged on its own merits. They have previously funded wheelchairs, trikes, sensory books, toys and special wishes. To apply: download an application form from the website. Confirmation of the applicant's condition or circumstance will be required by a qualified professional.
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Education
Special Support Centres
Boundstone Nursery School (Speech and Language Unit)
http://www.boundstone-nur.w-sussex.sch.uk/page/default.asp?title=Home&pid=1
01903 276850office@bnscfc.co.uk
Upper Boundstone Lane
LancingBN15 9QXSpecial Support Centre for young children with significant speech and language difficulties.
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Health NeedsBrain & Spine Foundation
http://www.brainandspine.org.uk
0207 793590008088 081000Helplinehelpline@brainandspine.org.uk
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EducationBrain Gym
http://www.braingym.org.uk/
01903 856801mandy@learningskills4u.co.ukAn educational movement-based programme that can be used to improve a wide range of learning, attention and behaviour skills. It can help a lively child become more focused, help a worried child to become more relaxed and confident and help improve academic skills or enhance sporting potential.
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Behavioural Difficulties
Branching Out
www.branchingoutcommunication.com
01428 64878507498 213473
branchingoutcomms@outlook.com
Helps any child or teenager who would benefit from developing their social skills, regardless of whether they have a formal diagnosis of any kind. Our specialist programmes are tailored to meet your child’s individual needs.
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Sensory Impairments
Deafness and Hard of Hearing
Brighton, Hove & West Sussex Deaf Children’s Society
www.bhwsdcs.org.uk 07519 869878bhwsdcsoc@btinternet.com
facebook.com/bhwsdcs
@bhwsdcs
BHWSDCS
P.O. Box 206
Burgess Hill
RH15 8XBSupport group for deaf children (0-25yrs) & their families.
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EducationColleges
Brinsbury Campus, Chichester College
https://chichester.ac.uk/brinsbury
01243 786321 ext 2287
Offers training for land-based industries including life skills, work skills, horticulture, independent living, basic skills, business, retail etc. Recognised for its specialism in assisting students with disabilities or learning difficulties.
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