Amaze produces a range of publications for parents of children with special educational needs and disabilities in Brighton & Hove. They are designed to give parents the information they need, when they need it, in a format that's easy to use and to understand.
Through the Maze is an information handbook for parents of children with special needs in Brighton & Hove, originally written by parents and updated regularly. It includes the latest information and advice on education, health services, financial benefits and leisure opportunities. It also includes contact details for all the national organisations, local services, community and parent groups and leisure activities that might be useful to parents of children with special needs.
Copies are free to parents/carers in Brighton & Hove and professionals in the area who work directly with families. Others can order a copy for £9.99. To get a copy call our Helpline or download our Handbooks order form, then complete and return it to our office by post.
Through the Next Maze is an information handbook about the transition years for parents of young people with special needs (age 14 plus) in Brighton & Hove. It was written with parents and young disabled people, and is regularly updated. Through the Next Maze is distributed via schools to the parents of all young people with an EHC Plan or Statement in Year 9.
Copies are free to parents/carers in Brighton & Hove and professionals in the area who work directly with famliies. Others can order a copy for £9.99. To get a copy call our Helpline or download our Handbooks order form, then complete and return it to our office by post.
We publish a range of fact sheets that offer specific advice about things like admissions to hospital, choosing a school, claiming DLA, coping with bullying and much more. View our full list of fact sheets available to download.
If you would prefer one-to-one advice, call our Helpline or email email@example.com
- Listings of local events, meetings, workshops
- News about services and groups for children and families
- Personal stories from parents and children
- Information about consultation with parents on local services
- Articles to do with children and special needs