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for families with disabled children and young people in Sussex.

Amaze is a charity that gives information, advice and support to families of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Brighton & Hove and Sussex. We also support young people with SEND up to 25. Some of our services are only available in specific areas – check out the specific services information for parent carers and young people.

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18 hours ago

This time last week we were at our AGM, exhibition and auction launch night! It was fantastic - thanks to all who came and made it such a magical evening.The exhibition ran for three days and was a success - feedback included: "What a beautiful exhibition! Full of life", "This exhibition made me smile" and "Such a beautiful exhibition! I’d love to have some in my room!".The auction remains open until Friday 15 December, do check out the art on offer: loom.ly/nQu_WgE ... See MoreSee Less

19 hours ago

Winter Holiday Activities and Food Fun Day 2023!FREE for the whole family, where there is a young person with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Reception to Year 11 who also receives benefits-related free school meals.Brighton & Hove City Council and Freedom Leisure invite families on Monday 18 December, 10am to 3pm at Moulsecoomb Leisure Centre.Visit: loom.ly/fzKx7E8 to book your free place. ... See MoreSee Less

22 hours ago

Community Chef is offering a free training and support course in Uckfield for parents and carers who want to feed their neurodivergent children well. This is a five-week hands-on course starting Tues 27 Feb, which features a combination of hands-on cookery, peer support, respite, and tried and tested insider advice. The course will be co-facilitated by Community Chef founder Robin Van Creveld and Lydia Wilkins, a freelance journalist who specialises in disability and social inequality issues. She is the author of The Autism Friendly Cookbook.Book here: loom.ly/R3CWnwQCommunity Chef also plan to offer the course in Lewes and Brighton next year. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sounds fabulous

I wanted to book but on the booking page it says the times are 7pm - 10pm ????

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