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4sight Vision Support

4Sight Vision Support is a charity supporting people living with sight loss, based in West Sussex. We also provide information, advice and practical support to anyone with sight impairment, carers, families and other organisations. We provide services to improve health and wellbeing, promote...

About Special Support Centres (SSC)

The West Sussex local authority resources Special Support Centres (SSC) in designated mainstream schools in order to meet the needs of pupils who have statements of special educational needs. Please view more information about Special Support Centres on the information section / pages of the...

Blind Person's Allowance (BPA)

Blind Person’s Allowance is an extra amount of tax-free allowance. It means you can earn more before you start paying Income Tax.

Child Development Centre (CDC) Service...

The child development service offers co-ordinated, multi-disciplinary assessment, diagnosis and management. The team consists of paediatricians, speech therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and specialist health visitors.

Guide Dogs Children's Services

We’re here to help people with sight loss live the life they choose. Children and adults. Friends and family. Parents and professionals. Whoever you are, our expert staff, volunteers and life-changing dogs are here to help you. We’re here to give advice and emotional support from the moment your...

Impact Workability

We can help to improve your life by working with you to explore your options enabling you to make decisions about work, courses and developing new skills. One to one support, with practical help and guidance to help you achieve your goals. Linking with employers and other support services to...

Inclusive communication therapy

The aim of the 1:1 sessions is to focus on an area your child/young person needs support. I will work on communication, using a range of techniques; fine and gross motor skills or we can follow the rebound therapy program. Sessions are carried out to ensure that they are fun and feedback is...

Level Water (Swimming Lessons)

Level Water provides free one-to-one swimming lessons at the Triangle in Burgess Hill for disabled children.

Listening Books

Listening Books is a national UK charity, providing an audiobook library service for those that find reading difficult due to an illness, disability, learning or mental health difficulty. Members are able to borrow titles on MP3 CD, which are sent through the post via Royal Mail, or they can...

Occupational Therapy Service,...

The paediatric occupational therapy service aims to help children achieve or maintain their maximum level of independence and to develop practical life skills at home and school. The occupational therapy service is able to help and support children who have movement or sensory difficulties that...

Options Vernon

Options Vernon is a residential home for adults with moderate to severe learning disabilities and who may also have physical disabilities, sensory impairment or specific health needs. The home seeks to provide long-term care and support with maximum independence.

Portage Service, West Sussex (Autism,...

Portage is 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. Portage provides support for families by working alongside parents offering practical help and ideas to encourage a...