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Connect to Support website (Adult...

Connect to Support is for anyone in West Sussex who is over 18 and thinks they need some social care help to live independently. It is also for people who are caring for someone.

Driving Miss Daisy Hayling Island

We are a personal companion and driving service who are first aid trained, fully insured with Havant Borough Council, Dementia Friendly and DBS checked. We have a wheelchair enabled car which holds a wheelchair and 2 passengers plus the driver and for our other car (wheelchair transferable) we...

Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE)

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a well established programme of challenges open to young people from Year 9 in school. Young people have until the age of 25 to complete their Award. The DofE is not an organisation but a programme of challenging leisure and free time activities to aid in a young...

FarmBuddies (Farm Buddies)

FarmBuddies, a Not For Profit Social Enterprise, acts as a Community Connector arranging for accompanied individuals/small groups to visit farms in the local area one day a week to do a variety of regular farm jobs, including animal care, according to age, choice and ability; all under farmer...

Ferring Country Centre

Ferring Country Centre is a local independent charity that provides meaningful training and work experience the people with learning difficulties. Our clients develop work and social skills by assisting us with operating the riding therapy unit, our garden centre, cafe, small animal farm and...

Find It Out (FindItOut)

FindItOut Centres offer information, advice and guidance to young people aged 13 -25yrs (11-12 with a parent/guardian while accessing Youth Emotional Support (YES) or YMCA Dialogue Counselling). We work in a person-centred manner which places the young person at the core of the work that we do....

Flamingoes swimming club

Crawley Flamingoes is a swimming group for individuals 18+ with physical and learning disabilities and has operated from Crawley Leisure Centre and K2 Crawley for over 40 years The club meets every Tuesday evening between 7.45-8.45pm. We provide a regular session for people with either a...

Gig Buddies - Stay Up Late

Gig Buddies is a volunteer befriending scheme that matches young adults with learning disabilities and/or autism with a volunteer friend who enjoys the same cultural activities as they do. This could be going to see live bands but could also be anything from watching football matches to visiting...

Impact Iniatives - Independent Advocacy...

Impact’s Advocacy services help people to have a voice in important issues in their lives. Staff and volunteers assist people in getting independent advice, knowing their rights, working out what they want to say, speaking at meetings and talking to professionals. We work with people who have a...

In Control Youth

The purpose of In Control Youth (ICY) is to encourage and support the involvement of young people involved in services in advocating for their rights in their localities and across United Kingdom. ICY operate as a community network, working for change and to provide people with the knowledge,...

Independent Lives

Independent Lives provides a range of support for families and carers of disabled children to enable them to lead full, active and independent lives. Our core work focuses on providing a Direct Payments support service.

Invisible Ink Books

Through multi-media creative writing workshops, Invisible Ink Books works with young people with reading and writing difficulties to find their inner author and help put their ideas in print. For our most promising authors, we hope to forge a long term relationship to help develop and promote...