New app helps residents prepare for the future

A NEW app designed to help residents lead a full and healthy life in older age has been officially launched.

Residents are being encouraged to download the Life Transitions app to support them to prepare and plan for their future life including events such as retirement, moving home, changes in health and mobility, finding new roles and purpose, becoming a carer, or experiencing bereavement. Continue reading

Can you help shape future Autism services?

AUTISTIC people and their support networks in East Sussex are being encouraged to share their views on the range of services, facilities, and opportunities available across the county.

To mark World Autism Acceptance Week, which runs from April 2 to April 8, the county council has launched a public consultation on behalf of the East Sussex Autism Partnership Board, which will help to develop an All Age Autism Action Plan. Continue reading

Get involved in a new way to help nature and wildlife

PEOPLE are being asked to share their experiences and observations of nature and wildlife in Sussex as part of a nationwide initiative to address declining habitats and species.

Residents are being asked for feedback about what aspects of nature and wildlife are important to them and what changes they have noticed locally, which will help inform Local Nature Recovery Strategies. Continue reading