We are thinking of all of our service users at this time. As we cannot run our services in the usual way, we have set up a RESOURCES page, which contains interesting links and ideas for ways to stay in touch. We will be updating this page regularly so check back often.....
22/04/2021 - Support & Project Worker Opportunities -
Could you support and care for others and make a difference every day?
We have immediate opportunities to join our teams in Hastings, Bexhill, Eastbourne and Lewes. Part-time and full-time positions are currently available, with guaranteed working hours, either based at our Day Services in St Leonards or in the community.
For more information, and to download an application, please visit our recruitment page
22/03/2021 - New Job Opportunities Available
Support/Project Workers - Based at our Day Services and in the community - 21, 35 or 40 hours, Monday to Friday
These Vacancies cover the areas of Hastings, Bexhill, Eastbourne or Lewes.
Some roles require personal care to service users and the ability to assist with manual transfers to and from a wheelchair, so a good level of general fitness is required.
If you would like to join our team and have an interest in supporting people with disabilities; are energetic and self-motivated; have a flexible and innovative approach to work and have the ability to work as part of a team, please request an application formfrom our Recruitment Page
25/02/2021 - Vaccine news for Service Users
JCVI has advised the government to invite all people on the GP Learning Disability Register for COVID-19 vaccination.
The advice of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) remains that adults with severe and profound learning disabilities, and those with learning disabilities in long-stay nursing and residential care settings, should be offered the vaccine in priority group 6 (people with Down’s syndrome are included in group 4). Adults with less severe learning disabilities are not currently prioritised.
However, GP systems may not always capture the severity of someone’s disability, meaning some adults who are more severely affected by learning disabilities may not be invited for vaccination alongside people with other long-term health conditions.
To ensure those most at risk of death or hospitalisation are prioritised for vaccination, JCVI supports the plan to invite anyone on the GP Learning Disability Register – as well as adults with other related conditions, including cerebral palsy – for vaccination as part of priority group 6.
Full government statement: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/jcvi-advises-inviting-people-on-learning-disability-register-for-vaccine
24/02/2021 - Vaccines for carers
Information and frequently asked questions on the vaccine rollout for carers has been published by the The Sussex Learning Disabilities COVID Response Partnership - click the link below to download a copy.
12/01/2021 - Latest easy read guidance - East Sussex
Please see below the latest easy read guidance from East Sussex.
13/11/2020 - Winter Changes at Friary Gardeners
See what changes we have made at our Friary Gardeners site to keep everyone safe as we head in to the winter period
05/11/2020 - IMPORTANT - Message to service users, parents and carers from Andrew, our Chief Executive
Please CLICK HERE to read the latest statement from Andrew regarding the latest lockdown announcement.
21/08/2020 Theaklen Drive - Open with some changes!
Please take a look at our short video showing the changes we have made at Theaklen Drive to keep everyone safe at this difficult time, we hope you find this helpful and reassuring.
02/07/2020 - Update on the Bridge