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Avanti (abi)

Support and rehabilitation services for adults in and around St Leonards living with an acquired brain injury (ABI), their families and carers

Day Service(s)

Priory

Specialist neurorehabilitation provided for people with an acquired brain injury or progressive neurological conditions

Rehabilitation & Reablement (injury/illness)

Sussex Arts Therapy

Find ways to prevent or lessen the impact of fatigue

Help for people with health problems

UKABIF

Signposting to information, directories and listings about brain injuries

Help for people with health problems

Headway East Sussex

Rehabilitation and support services for people with acquired brain injuries, their families and carers. Based in Newick (formerly known as Headway Hurstwood Park)

Help for people with health problems

Headway East Sussex

Weekly art sessions for individuals or their carers affected by brain injury.

Help for people with health problems

Priory

Specialist neurorehabilitation provided for people with an acquired brain injury or progressive neurological conditions

Rehabilitation & Reablement (injury/illness)

Towner Gallery

A monthly exploration of the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne designed to support those with memory loss.

Day Service(s)

Prestige Nursing+Care Denton

Homecare services to cover all needs and budgets

Help at home and help to live independently

Rehab4U

Based in Eastbourne, offering physiotherapy, occupational therapy, targeted exercise groups, massage, speech and language therapy, podiatry, and counselling

Help for people with health problems

East Sussex County Council

Help to re-awaken people’s memories

Help for people with health problems

Sussex Acquired Brain Injury Forum

Enabling a clearer understanding of Acquired Brain Injury for the benefit of people with brain injury and providing information on available ABI services

Help people live healthy lives

Stroke Association

Monthly self-help group in Brighton run by and for people with aphasia

Help for people with health problems

 

 

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