Brighton based organisation of volunteers committed to supporting adults living with ADHD.
Consultant dermatologist based in East Sussex and the clinical lead for dermatology and skin cancer in East Sussex. Manages all skin conditions, including lumps, bumps, and rashes, with special interest in pediatric and senior skin.
Ankylosing Spondylitis Society – Brighton Branch
The local branch of the National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society (NASS) currently meet every week for people with Ankylosing Spondylitis to undertake informal sessions of physiotherapy and hydrotherapy.
Aphasia Befriending Service
The befrienders offer help and support to the many people living with stroke in Brighton and Hove. This valuable service offers those with communication difficulties after stroke the chance to communicate with someone who understands what they are going through, and has been trained to do so.
A local service for people with Asperger Syndrome (AS) and High Functioning Autism (HFA).
Brighton & Hove Clinic
A local clinic that specialises in treating patients with a wide range of mental health issues, including addictions, depression, anxiety, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD.
Brighton and Hove Memory Assessment Service
Offers assessment, advice and support for people in Brighton and Hove who do not have an existing diagnosis of dementia. The memory assessment service provides access to memory testing and diagnosis and offers advice from trained advisers.
A multidisciplinary team of surgeons, gastroenterologists, anaesthetists, dietitians, psychologists and nurses, specialising in bariatric surgery.
A home befriending service for people affected by cancer, managed and governed by Macmillan.
Clinic T (Trans Clinic)
A local sexual health service for anyone who identifies as trans or gender variant (partners are welcome too). The clinic runs every three months is free of charge and completely confidential, their staff have been trained in trans awareness.
Duke Street Dental Center
Accepts dental care related emergency cases. Provides information about the team and treatment pricing.
Four Deans Stroke Club
A local social club providing outings, exercise and the opportunity to meet others who have been affected by stroke.
The Lawson Unit
A specialist centre offering treatment, support and ongoing care for men and women living with HIV and AIDS.
Living Well with Dementia Service
A service for people with a diagnosis of dementia with complex needs who live in Brighton & Hove. The service works to help maintain individuals in their own home where appropriate and assist in the transfer of care if required.
The National Autistic Society – Neurobehavioural Clinic
The Neurobehavioural Clinic assesses adults over the age of 18 years who live in Brighton and Hove and East Sussex for autism spectrum conditions (ASCs) including Asperger syndrome. They also accept county-wide referrals for Tourette syndrome and related tic disorders and accept referrals from Brighton and Hove only for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Local services for those affected by HIV and associated conditions to combat the effects of social isolation and social exclusion, such as yoga, swimming, networking and educational events.
Osteopathic clinic that offers manual therapy for various muscle and joint conditions. With contact details and location map.
Caters to individuals with learning disabilities. Includes details on the programs suitable for adults and youths.
The Sussex Beacon
Proffers medical care for HIV victims, both men and women. Conducts fund raising activities to support anti-HIV programs.
WANT Medical Services
Covers details on the services offered for medical consultations, training as well as ambulance transport. Contains information about the staff area and terms of the team.
A local social group run for patients who have had a laryngectomy for treatment of cancer in the larynx (voice box), and their carers.