Amaze offers a range of advice and support services to parents of disabled children and children with special educational needs.
Our telephone helpline is an information and advice line for parents who would like to speak to someone who has an understanding of their situation. Find out more about our the helpline opening hours.
We also produce a range of publications for parents who like their information on paper. This includes handbooks, factsheets and our termly newsletter, Out of Amaze. Read more about publications
Our education caseworkers provides parents with one to one advice and support on education issues. Read more about help with education
Independent Support offers parents and young people extra advice and support while they go through the process of getting an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan. Read more about Independent Support in Brighton & Hove and Independent Support in West Sussex.
We offer specialist advice and help with making DLA claims, ranging from a factsheet to telephone advice to individual help with completing the forms. Read about help with DLA
If your child is under 20 and has a disability, special educational need or illness that significantly affects daily living, you can apply for a free Compass Card which gives cut-price leisure across the city. The card is linked to the Compass database.
We provide information and training for parents and professionals to help make the transition into adulthood smooth and positive for disabled young people. Read more about help with preparing for adulthood.
Amaze offers workshops, courses and information sessions for both parents and professionals. Read about our courses and training.
The Parent Carers’ Council is a city-wide group of parent carers that works to improve local services, supported by Amaze. Visit the Parent Carers Council website.
For more information go to our Services and Support page.