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Information about local and national services for children, families and professionals. For childcare and pre-school services and information, see the childcare and pre-school page.

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Portage Service, West Sussex (Autism,...

We are a home visiting educational service for very young children with significant support needs from birth. Other children are referred later as their needs are identified. We provide support for families by working alongside parents offering practical help and ideas to encourage a child’s...

Royal Society for Blind Children -...

Sight loss doesn’t just affect your child - as a parent, you need support too. Our Family Support Service provides practical and emotional support at every stage of your family’s experience with sight loss.

Sensory Support Team, West Sussex...

The West Sussex Sensory Support Team works directly with children and their families, pre-schools and schools to support and promote the inclusion of children with sensory needs in a range of settings. New referrals should be made to either the Visually or Hearing Impaired Lead Advisory Teacher...

The Angmering School

Our mission is to enable all learners with a sensory impairment to effectively participate and achieve their maximum potential across all aspects of school life. Our onsite team includes a Qualified Teacher of the Deaf (QToD) and Qualified Teacher of the Vision Impaired (QTVI) who provide daily...

Toy Libraries (including Sensory Toys...

Borrow a large selection of toys and resources from our Toy Libraries. Toy Libraries work in a similar way to book libraries and the toys have been carefully selected to support children's learning in a fun way. Toy libraries are based in our Children and Family Centres and some local libraries.

Treloar's

Treloar’s School and College offers physically disabled children and young people a specialist environment where education and learning take place alongside therapy and care. Treloar’s offers day and residential placements, aged 2 to 25 years. Each student is supported by a multi-disciplinary...

Understand me – the communication library

Anyone who needs help with communication can borrow a range of resources, for free, from any West Sussex library – all you need is a library card. Many resources are available to support effective communication, including simple flashcards and devices for recording personal messages, as well as...