Finding stuff out – young people with SEND tell us about their information needs
This video from Amaze and Healthwatch features conversations with young people in Brighton and Hove who have special educational needs and/or disabilities. The young people talk about how they like to get information about services and support and some of the local services who have helped them.
Find out how Amaze can offer advice and support directly to young people with SEN and disabilities up to 25 in Brighton and Hove. .
The Compass Card – free and discounted leisure in Brighton and Hove
Find out about the Compass Card which gives young people with SEN and disabilities up to 25 free and discounted leisure opportunities, in Brighton and Hove and beyond.
A Way Through the Woods
This short film is the result of a parent-led participatory video project facilitated by the University of Brighton to train a small group of parent carers in film making techniques, whilst discussing and supporting each other through their common, yet varied, experiences of caring for a child with additional needs. The process was supported by Amaze. The parents in the film express strong opinions about what it means to be a parent carer and hope that the film can be used to train professionals.
Amaze wins GSK Impact Award 2014
This video was made by GSKvision as part of our GSK Impact Award win in May 2014. The video celebrates the work Amaze does to support parents of disabled children and children with additional needs in Brighton and Hove.
Amaze Celebrates 10 Years
This video tells the story of Amaze and its key achievements over the last 10 years.
The Parent Carers’ Council – an introduction
This video provides an introduction to the Parent Carers’ Council (PACC), a group of parent carers, supported by Amaze, who work together to make sure the parent voice is heard when decisions are made that directly affect their children.
Living with Disabled Children
This is a Parent Channel video which looks at the different experiences of parent carers and asks how you can best support your child’s individual needs, and look after yourself.
Make Your Mark
Amaze’s Transition Development Worker was involved in this community arts project, which aimed to build the resilience of young people with learning difficulties or mental health issues.