East Sussex Disabled Groups, Support and Disability Resources
Find the Internets largest collection of East Sussex disability sports, groups, clubs and organisations as well as support, advice for all disabilities by browsing through the sites highlighted below in this area of ABLEize covering all areas of East Sussex including Brighton and Hove, Eastbourne, Lewes, Hastings and many other East Sussex locations. Click on the site titles to enter the required websites for more details.
ABLEize is dedicated to providing the largest collection of disability resources including coverage of all UK regions. This East Sussex disability section continues to grow as and when new sports, clubs and recreational activities become available, check out the disabled groups and clubs below including information for carers, social and sports activities and much more for anybody in East Sussex with a disability including family, friends and carers resources.
Brighton and Hove support and advice for families with an SEN child. Site includes direct dial helpline contact details, parents advice sections and useful publications as well as information about how to get involved in a range of activities and events taking place throughout East Sussex.
Provides a range of adult and family support services including asperger syndrome support group activities and a resource centre. Includes contacts and details of local East Sussex events.
An independent advocacy charity set up to assist people with learning disabilities to speak up and take action about the things that matter to them.
Brighton based support group for anybody suffering with the conditions of ADHD/ ADD. View meeting details and dates with contacts.
Based in Hove, East Sussex and offering support, confidence and self esteem building activities and social activities for people that stammer.
Offers support and regular social events for people with diabetes in Brighton. Site includes details of living with diabetes and dates for fundraising events.
Eastbourne, East Sussex based support group assisting carers of the elderly and disabled throughout East Sussex. Includes support contacts and details of get-togethers.
Inspires people with learning disabilities to achieve their artistic ambitions. Includes film, music and dance sections plus how to get involved and make contact. Brighton, East Sussex based.
Sussex Rehabilitation Centre in Brighton. It holds regular meetings and social events providing support and information for all new and existing amputees and wheelchair users as well as offering support to all disabilities, their family and carers.
Details of disabled sports activities offered in East Sussex with information and external links provided by Brighton and Hove Council.
Registered charity assisting the deaf, deafened, deafblind and hard of hearing people of East Sussex by providing a number of services including training, equipment loan, sign language and lipreading assistance. Check out the site for drop-in times and contacts.
E S V C is a consortium of the three blind societies that operate throughout East Sussex that raise awareness and promote the services and support available to blind and visually impaired people and their families in East Sussex.
A voluntary run community group highlighting good and bad disabled access around Eastbourne and offering businesses and service providers information and resources to improve access.
Founded in 1923 and offering much needed support, social activites and advice to blind and visually impaired people throughout Eastbourne and East Sussex.
Trained lawyers offering free advocacy and benefits advice services for disabled and special needs adults and children. An advocacy walk-in is available each Tuesday in Eastbourne, East Sussex.
Providing horse riding activities for people with a disability or special needs in the High Weald area of East Sussex. View images, programme details and how to book or become a volunteer.
East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People is a registered East Sussex charity set up to assist local blind and partially sighted people, their family and carers. Site includes contacts and highlights the services offered.
Eastbourne club offering a whole host of fun and social activities for kids with autism including cooking, arts and crafts and soft play as well as support and advice sessions and the chance for parents and carers to mingle.
Located in St. Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex and offering training, social activities, resource library and access to aids and equipment for the blind and visually impaired.
Brighton based charity that organises a number of fun and exciting events, activities and sports for disabled people in East Sussex. Check out the site for future events.
Local support group run by people with lupus to offer support, social activities and events.
Dedicated to providing information, support and advice as well as local consultation and wellbeing information to people with mental health issues and concerns within Brighton and East Sussex.
Sussex support services providing details of local mental health groups in Brighton, Lewes and Eastbourne including bipolar, depression and anxiety groups.
Providing information, support and advice in all areas of disability and benefits as well as help with day to day living. Located in Brighton.
Providing learning support to children with autism, Down’s syndrome and other learning disabilities such as cerebral palsy covering the East Sussex areas of Eastbourne, Seaford, Lewes and surrounding areas.
Set up to benefit adults and children with learning disabilities in Sussex by offering a range of recreation and sports activities, holidays and respite breaks.
Highlights sports clubs offering a range of sporting activities for all disabilities within Sussex. Includes table tennis, football and bowls.
A registered charity providing support, training and a number of social events and activities for the deaf and hearing impaired people of Sussex.
A local charity supporting people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Details of club meetings and social events and how to get involved.
Trains at the Moulscombe Leisure Club. Check out the site for fixtures, results and images plus how to get involved in wheelchair basketball in Sussex.
An active disability sports and archery club with details of their activities and how to get involved with local sports.
Organises weekly social activities at Uckfield Community Youth Centre including arts, crafts and sports for disabled and non disabled people over the age of 9. Includes access to sensory toys.
Details of disabled access, student support and how to get dedicated support when visiting or studying at the University of Sussex if you have a disability or long term condition.