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Fegans Counselling Children, Supporting...

Fegans cares holistically for children and families through counselling and parent support. We counsel children and provide parent support, intervention and training. We offer specialist intervention work with vulnerable children and their families. We also provide evidence base parenting...

First Steps Forward Specialist Autism...

We support children, adults, families, schools/colleges and social services to help those with or without a diagnosis of Autism. We work in co-production with the family offering parenting support through positive behavioural strategies based on a personalised assessment. We facilitate strategies...

HIVE Parents support group (carer)

Hive parent support group, is based at Herons Dale Primary School in Shoreham. It is run by Rebecca Dunne a parent of two autistic children who attend the school. This group is for everyone who is looking for information or advice in a friendly, relaxed environment, where you can have a chat...

Informal Family Care - Support for...

We are a service for Kinship Carers taking care or children from 0-18 years old. The service if for Grandparents, aunts, uncles and older siblings who are caring for a child or young person full time. This includes monthly Drop In’s at five locations around the county, including Chichester,...

JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research...

JDRF is the type 1 diabetes charity – a global organisation and the world’s leading charitable funder of type 1 diabetes research. Together, we have invested £1 billion in funding critical research to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes and its complications. We are committed to eradicating...

Jubilee Hub

Come and join our free drop in and meet others, enjoy a range of activities and be part of a friendly, lively and relaxed social group. We meet every Wednesday, tea and coffee provided, with pool, table football, art and crafts and lots of other activities available. We have an information...

Lifelong support for our forces and...

We want our Armed Forces (both Regular and Reserves), veterans and their families to know they can depend on SSAFA for support now and for the rest of their lives. Our values mean we are committed, practical and understanding.

Making Sense Of It All: From Birth to...

The book covers a range of subjects from early years and diagnosis to school and college and transition to adult life. In between there is content on looking after you, benefits & money matters, education, getting support from health and social care, local leisure opportunities, adolescence and...

Mid Sussex Parents of Children with...

This group has been created to provide support and friendship for parents in Mid Sussex who are raising children with autism or other additional learning needs. It is a non-judgemental space to share ideas and connect with other parents who are going through the same experiences.

Mothers Uncovered

Mothers Uncovered run creative peer support groups for mothers. We are now providing online sessions for mothers of children with SEND. Look out for our SEND groups on our social media and website. The groups provide mums with a chance to explore their feelings and experiences creatively...

My Sisters' House, mental health

My Sisters' House CIC Arun & Chichester Women's Centre. All women, any issue, come and see how we can help. General Drop-in Service Mon-Fri 9am-3pm. Domestic Abuse Surgery (via drop-in daytime) Thur 5-8pm, Fri 9am-12, Sat 9am-12. Money Advice Clinic and Parenting Support Clinic by...

NOVIO

NOVIO are the Area A hub to support SEND. NOVIO is a collaborative setting to setting network. Our aim is to support 0-25 with special educational needs and disabilities to have successful placements in mainstream settings.