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Sussex Armed Forces Network (SAFN)

Improving the lives of the armed forces community.

Advice and Information

The Able Label

Women's-wear that makes self-dressing easier for those with dressing difficulties

Help at home and help to live independently

Mobility Homestyle LTD

Bespoke solutions to give less able-bodied people more control over the practical aspects of everyday life

Help at home and help to live independently

Hastings and Rother Disability Forum

A local community group run by disabled people for disabled people

Groups and Clubs

Active Hastings

Activities in Hastings for people with disabilities, for older people, and walks for all ages and abilities

Sport, Leisure & Activities

Wheels For All

Inclusive cycling for all ages and abilities, including wheelchair users

Help people live healthy lives

Mencap - Eastbourne & District

Supporting people with learning and physical disabilities to develop and maintain practical and social skills.

Day Service(s)

Parchment Trust

Activities for people with learning or physical disabilities

Day Service(s)

Avanti (abi)

Day-rehabilitation service for adults with an acquired brain injury (ABI)

Day Service(s)

Drake Music

Leaders in music, disabilities and technology

Help people live healthy lives

Accessible Countryside for Everyone (ACE)

Find accessible walks, pubs and restaurants

Sport, Leisure & Activities

WTS wheelchair transport specialists

A small taxi firm specialising in the transportation of wheelchair-bound customers

Travel and Transport

The Blue Lagoon

Warm water centre in Eastbourne

Sport, Leisure & Activities

Riding for the Disabled Association

Enriching lives through horses

Sport, Leisure & Activities

Funky Teens

Youth club opportunities for young people (13 to 19 years) with disabilities

Groups and Clubs

 

 

Feeling Lonely?

One way to beat loneliness in later life is through the befriending services in East Sussex:

 

 

Are you scared of someone? 

There is help available:

 
 
 
 

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