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Ways in which you can make your thoughts, views and feelings known. Also includes information about volunteering opportunities so that you can make a difference to your family and others.

Adur Access and Mobility Group

The Adur Access and Mobility Group meets on the morning of the last Friday of every odd month, either at the Coop Community Space in Ham Road, or in the Shoreham Centre in Pond Road. You will be notified if you are on the mailing list, otherwise please view the website, or telephone AVA on 01903...

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Barnardo's Moving Forward Project West...

Barnardo’s Moving Forward Project is working with West Sussex Short Breaks to offer fun and inspiring life skills activities for young people aged 12-18 years old who have a disability or learning difficulty living in West Sussex.

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Children in Care Council (CICC)

The CICC is a group of young people who are looked after by West Sussex County Council. They meet every two weeks to discuss issues that matter to those in care, and help shape the services that are provided. Activities include talking to those who provide services (including social workers,...

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COMPASS SEND Parent / Carer Group –...

COMPASS is a friendly, supportive group for parents of children and young people with Social Communication challenges and/ or Autism. We meet on second Tuesday of the month during term times at Trafalgar Road Baptist Church in Horsham. All welcome.

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Contact a Family

Information, advice, support and promoting linking for parents to other parents, support groups and parent carer forums Contact a Family provides information, advice and support to families caring for children and young people with disabilities or additional needs. We have up to date...

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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...

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Expert Parent Programme - Getting the...

Expert Parent Programme helps parents understand the (health) system better and benefit more from the services their children use. Parents will acquire skills and knowledge to navigate and manage the health system for their child, empowering them to make it work more effectively for their...

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FREE DISABILITY SPORTS TRIAL DAY

On March 25th 2018 at the Brighton Uni Falmer sports centre between 12:30 and 5pm there will be a completely free event where anyone can come along to try some sports. We are not looking for the next Paralympics champion, just people that might want to start playing sport or getting some...

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Fun and Breaks

The Fun and Breaks Service supports children & young people with disabilities & their parent carers. Volunteers enable children & young people to access activities, increase their confidence, make friends & learn new skills either at home or out & about.

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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...

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