Health & Support links

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Please note: St Wilfrid’s Hospice (Eastbourne) Ltd is keen to promote community links with other organisations and community groups and while the links on this page will take you to their respective websites, St Wilfrid’s Hospice (Eastbourne) Ltd is not responsible for the content of their websites or the practices of these groups/organisations. All other websites should have their own privacy notice/policy, and you are advised to refer to those accordingly.

Health & Support links

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East Sussex Vision Support (ESVS)

Promotes independence, provides support, prevents social isolation and maximises opportunities for people with sight loss in East Sussex, Brighton and Hove.

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Wolo Foundation

Help families living in Sussex through their cancer journeys. They support them by offering practical support to make their day-to-day lives easier. They work with local businesses and communities to offer families a wealth of services to support them through their diagnosis, treatment and beyond.

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The Cinnamon Trust

A national charity that helps the elderly and those in the latter stages of a terminal illness with pet care.

Care for the Carers

An independent charity and the Carers Centre for East Sussex. They have been supporting and representing unpaid carers in the county since 1989.

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Children with Cancer Fund (CWCF)

Supports and grant wishes to children with cancer in East Sussex. Wishes can be practical, medical or fun. They also organise fun family events for quality time together.

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Association of Carers

Supports unpaid carers in East Sussex by providing free, high-quality, volunteer-led services that encourage independence and reduce isolation. Services include respite with befriending, telephone support services with tele-counselling, respite for healthcare, lunch clubs, carers cafés and computer support.

SSAFA - The Armed Forces Charity, Eastbourne & Wealden

SSAFA acts on behalf of the service charities covering the Royal Navy, Army and RAF in assisting serving members, veterans and their families who are in need of support.

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Eastbourne Prostate Cancer Support Group

A support group which is part of the Prostate Cancer Support Organisation.

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Alzheimer’s Society

Alzheimer’s Society is there for everyone affected by dementia. They offer practical information, advice and support, locally and nationally, on living well with dementia.

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Sovereign Practice Patients Participation Group (PPG)

A team of volunteers representing the views of over 15,000 patients registered at the practice. Their aim is to liaise with both medical and support staff at the surgery to ensure a more positive experience for everyone using the Princes Park Centre.

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Holding Space

Supports families who are struggling with their mental health. They provide a safe, non-judgmental space for parents, carers and children to connect, chat and be supported.

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Eastbourne & District Samaritans

The Samaritans Helpline is open 24/7, 365 days a year to provide emotional support to people in distress. You can call the Samaritans day or night on 116 123.

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MNDA East Sussex

Supports those living with Motor Neurone Disease and their carers.

Dementia Singing Experience, Sussex (DSES)

Offers interactive singing, movement and craft sessions to those living with dementia and their carers. They offer sessions at their venues in Ditchling, Lewes, Peacehaven, Newhaven, Eastbourne, Horam, Heathfield, Uckfield, Hadlow Down, Hailsham and Bexhill.

Time For Dementia, Alzheimer’s Society
Time for Dementia, Alzheimer’s Society

Time for Dementia is an exciting, innovative and award-winning educational programme designed to create a new generation of healthcare professionals who are more aware and understanding of dementia.

Parkinson's UK Eastbourne Branch
Parkinson's UK - Eastbourne Branch

Offers information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson’s, their families and carers. They organise regular events and social activities

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East Sussex Hearing

Aims to improve the quality of life for people with sensory loss of deafness or deafblindness and to reduce loneliness and isolation within the community.  They provide a range of support services including information and advice, hearing aid maintenance, equipment demonstrations and installations, lipreading and sign language classes, communication training and peer support groups.

Eastbourne And District Mencap
Eastbourne & District Mencap

Support people to lead happy and meaningful lives.

Eastbourne Blind Society
Eastbourne Blind Society

Help people cope with the diagnosis, treatment and life-affecting impact of sight loss.

One You East Sussex
One You East Sussex

A healthy lifestyle service for residents of East Sussex. All the services are completely free.

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Dementia Information & Support Courses CIC

A dementia support service that offers facilitated carer support groups, dementia courses, professional training courses and also a carer craft group. The services offered are based in East Sussex but they support carers anywhere in the UK too.

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Eastbourne Dementia Action Alliance

Aim to make Eastbourne a dementia friendly town. In partnership with local organisations, they help the dementia community by raising awareness of the condition and signposting people to information and services.

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Child Therapy Service CIC

A not-for-profit early intervention service focused on the identification, intervention and prevention of social and emotional difficulties in young people.

The Ivy Dementia Centre

A unique multi-award winning day centre, providing care and support for all stages of dementia. Improving quality of life for those with dementia, their families and carers.

ManKind CIC

Provides a safe place for men to share how they are feeling without judgement and continuing emotional support to those struggling with their mental wellbeing. They meet every Wednesday evening from 6.30 to 8.30pm.

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Victoria Medical Centre

Social Prescribing supports you by looking at factors that are having an impact on your health and wellbeing and working together to identify opportunities for you to take control.

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