Dementia Support groups and activities

At Sage House in Tangmere, Chichester, Dementia Support hold a wide range of social activities and groups for people with dementia and their carers.Read more

Royal Voluntary Service Good Neighbours and Community Companions

Royal Voluntary Service Good Neighbours and Community Companions provide valuable company and friendship for older people in their own home across West Sussex and Hampshire, as well as making sure the person they visit is safe and well.Read more

Community-based activities for older people

Royal Voluntary Service also run a wide of range of activities for older people taking place in community centres and cafes across West Sussex and Hampshire, as well as lunch clubs and other regular social activities.Read more

Contact the Elderly social meetings

Contact the Elderly hold friendly and informal social meetings across West Sussex and Hampshire, to help older people feel less socially isolated.Read more

Dementia Friendly Worthing

Services and activities in Worthing for people with dementia, their carers and family.Read more

Connecting Volunteers

Having a physical or learning disability or long-term health condition shouldn’t prevent someone from volunteering.Read more

Find accessible sports and activities

Search for sport and activities for disabled people in West Sussex.Read more

Activities for people with learning disabilities

Sport and activities in West Sussex for people with learning disabilities and autism.Read more

Resources for social workers and brokerage teams

Guidelines and resources produced by Get Yourself Active giving you practical steps to help you in your role.Read more

Gardening clubs

Get involved with accessible gardening in Worthing.Read more

About Get Yourself Active

Get Yourself Active is a national project being delivered by Independent Lives in West Sussex.Read more

Why get active?

Physical activity has many mental and physical benefits. Read on for some further information on why it's so important to get yourself active.Read more

Access groups

Independent Lives works with access groups across West Sussex on making our community more accessible. All of the groups are run by disabled people and welcome new members.Read more

Crossroads Care South Central

Crossroads Care South Central are part of Carers Trust and provide advice and support for carers as well as social clubs with people with support needs and carers can attend.Read more

Getting out and about with Cycling without Age

Cycling Without Age Brighton & Hove's volunteer cycle pilots take local elder care homes residents out on cycle rides to feel the wind in their hair!Read more

Art classes and groups

Accessible arts groups and classes in West Sussex and HampshireRead more

Community gardening on Rock Farm

Rock Farm grows produce on six acres of community land in West Sussex, offering access to horticultural therapy and community gardening for a range of volunteers and vulnerable groupsRead more