Help and Advice
If you are looking for help or advice, then the links below may help. We are always here to support where we can. Please speak to us as we may be able to help or signpost you to further support.
Click on the links below to access some useful websites and resources:
Support with the cost of living:
Advice and support for managing money:
Mental health services in Sussex
School health service:
Triple-P parental support:
Parenting support from 'Open for Parents'
Family Support Work
SEND Advice from AMAZE:
Ideas for less stressful mornings (Podcast) - School Anxiety
Healthy eating for children:
Healthy teeth for children:
East Sussex education, health and care services have worked with East Sussex Parent Carer Forum to create a document which brings the contact information for a range of support services together in one place, for common areas of concern you may have about your child’s health and wellbeing as they grow up. You can find this document by following this link: Click here to download ‘Pre Autism Pathway (January 2022)’ as a word document. This document is here on the Local Offer.
Below are links to suggested books and resources:
Supporting children's wellbeing:
Mental health support for children:
Children’s book to explore anxiety and worry:
Book for parents and carers for helping children with their emotions and behaviour:
Worry monster toy:
Children’s book to help support understanding of bereavement:
Mental health and emotional wellbeing support for primary-aged children
An up-to-date list detailing local Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing services to support primary-aged children
The services listed include:
- East Sussex School Health Service
- ISEND services
- Mental Health Support Teams, Me & My Mind (ES MHSTs, situated within Standards and Learning Effectiveness Service, SLES)
- Hastings Opportunity Area (HOA)
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
Clare’s Law is a police policy giving people the right to know if their current or ex-partner has any previous history or violence or abuse. Under Clare’s Law someone can • Apply for information about their current or ex-partner because they’re worried they may have a history of abuse and are a risk to them.
• Request information about the current or ex-partner of a friend or relative because they’re worried they might be at risk.
Clare’s Law enables the police to release information about any previous history of violence or abuse a person might have. To request information under Clare’s Law, someone can make a Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS) application. See https://clares-law.com for more information