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This group is for local fathers and male carers of children/adults with additional needs. They meet on the last Thursday of each month in the function room, if a guest speaker is present or main bar if not, at The Stoneham Pub in Portslade, BN3 5QJ from…
Telephone:
01273 265825 ext 3056
E-mail:
David.Higgins@brighton-hove.gcsx.gov.uk
Are you deaf? Under 18 and would like to play cricket with professional coaching?All welcome from any area in Sussex. We currently run two boys sides (U13 and U16/17) One mixed girls side. Softball for youngest groups, progressing into hardball experience for older groups as…
KidsOut supports children from a range of backgrounds, including those living with critical health issues, in economic hardship or with a disability. Some of the most vulnerable beneficiaries are children that have fled domestic abuse for the safety of a refuge. The charity offers fun…
Telephone:
01525 385 252
E-mail:
info@kidsout.org.uk
Website:
www.kidsout.org.uk/
mASCot is for families who have children with an Autistic Spectrum Condition. mASCot enables families to connect and meet others in the same situation as themselves. The families are all from Brighton and Hove and they all use the same schools and services. mASCot support…
Telephone:
07943346055
Website:
www.asc-mascot.com
The Sensory Needs Service (SNS) is part of the council's provision for both hearing impaired and visually impaired children. The service is staffed by a team of teachers who all hold additional specialist qualifications in hearing impairment and/or visual impairment. They also have an Educational…
Telephone:
01273 293610
Website:
www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/.../sns
Sibs is the only UK charity representing the needs of siblings of disabled people. There are over half a million young siblings and at least 1.7 million adults siblings in the UK, who have grown up with a disabled brother or sister. Siblings have a…
Telephone:
01535 645453
E-mail:
info@sibs.org.uk
Website:
www.sibs.org.uk
The Charity’s objectives are for the benefit of people with learning disabilities in Sussex, to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation and other leisure-time occupation and to enable such persons to participate fully in the community.
Telephone:
030 30 40 2860
E-mail:
info@spiralsussex.co.uk
Website:
www.spiralsussex.co.uk
This group is run by disabled people, for disabled people and they strive to give athletes the best chance of competing on equal terms. They participate in; shot put, javelin, discus, bowls, archery, short mat bowls, slalom, wheelchair basketball, tennis (standing and wheelchair) table tennis,…
Telephone:
01273 701235
07963 652344
E-mail:
archerphil@ntlworld.com
Website:
www.sussexwasps.weebly.com
SWBC Tigers accepts young people from the age of 14 to try out for one of the teams. Young people aged 14 - 18 need to have written parental consent to play. Professional coaches support the team members.Training Session:  Monday 7.00pm - 9.00pm    Cost:Wheelchair basketball training…
Gateway welcomes women experiencing periods of difficulty, abuse, isolation and mental health issues. They provide a warm and caring drop in centre where women can talk confidentially to trained staff, come and learn new skills in various workshops and also receive both practical and emotional…
Gingerbread is a national charity working to help single parents and their children. The website offers a range of information and advice for single parents including factsheets on issues such as 'making arrangements for child maintenance' and 'changing your child's name. The helpline offers free information for single…
Telephone:
0808 802 0925
E-mail:
via website
Website:
www.gingerbread.org.uk
Together for Short Lives runs a national helpline 0808 8088 100 for families and professionals working with children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. It supports professionals and informs families by signposting them to information, help and relevant services. The helpline is open Monday to Friday, 10.00am -…
Telephone:
0808 8088 100 (helpline)
Website:
www.togetherforshortlives.org.uk
Tourettes Action is the UK’s leading support and research charity for people with Tourette syndrome (TS) and their families. They want people with TS to receive the practical support and social acceptance they need to help them live their lives to the full. They deal…
Telephone:
0300 777 8427
Website:
www.tourettes-action.org.uk
Grandparents Plus aims to improve the lives of children by working with and for all grandparents especially those who: have lost or are losing contact with their grandchildren because of divorce, family feud or other problems; are caring for their grandchildren on a full time basis;…
The breast feeding support line (0300 100 0210) run by the Breastfeeding Network puts you in touch with mothers in your area who have breastfed their babies, who can either assist you over the phone or in your home. The Breastfeeding Network also run Support Centres.The Breastfeeding…
Rebuilding a new life after the death of a loved one is hard for everyone, but especially for children and young people. Once the shock and trauma of a life changing event such as bereavement has been managed, finding a way to move forward must…
Whoopsadaisy is a registered local charity that supports children with physical disabilities.  They use Conductive Education to develop the independence, confidence and self-esteem of children with motor disorders such as Cerebral Palsy. All sessions are full of fun, with singing, games and creative activities.  Whoopsadaisy offers…
Telephone:
01273 554178
E-mail:
info@whoopsadaisy.org
Website:
www.whoopsadaisy.org
Brighton Oasis Project aims to improve the lives and maximise the potential of the diverse range of women, children and young people affected by substance and alcohol misuse.  It seeks to reduce drug related harm by providing services which offer holistic support, from harm minimisation through…
Telephone:
01273 696970
01273 697762
E-mail:
info@brightonoasisproject.co.uk
Website:
www.oasisproject.org.uk
The Hearing Support Facility (HSF) is part of the council's Sensory Needs provision for hearing impaired pupils in Brighton & Hove. Based at Bevendean Primary School, the HSF offers supported access to mainstream primary education in line with our policy of inclusion. Children who come to the HSF…
Telephone:
01273 605211
E-mail:
hsu.admin@bevendean.brighton-hove.sch.uk
Roundabout Children's Centre offers services for families with children under five in all areas of Whitehawk, part of Kemp Town and The Deans (Woodingdean, Ovingdean, Rottingdean and Saltdean). There are also gateway children's centres at Rudyard Kipling Primary School, Chalkland Rise, Woodingdean and at Saltdean at Boomerang Kids Nursery,…

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