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We want to ensure all our patients can get the right care, at the right time and in the right place. However we know it can sometimes be confusing to know what is available locally and where to go to get the right NHS services you need. 

The pages linked below have information to help you find the right health services for you.

You can find information on more specific health services in the sliders below

Stop Look Care

The Stop Look Care booklet, which won the  won the ‘Care of Older People’ award at the 2018 Nursing Times annual awards, has been designed to support care workers, carers, and families.  

You can find more information about the Stop Look Care booklet on the NHS Brighton and Hove website.

Please follow the link for the CCG's Criteria for Assisted Conception Treatment .

NHS Choices End of Life Care Guide

The NHS Choices End of Life Care Guide may be useful for people who are caring for someone who is dying, or for people who want to plan in advance for their own end of life care.

It explains what you can expect from end of life care, including palliative care to control pain and other symptoms and psychological, social and spiritual support.

You can also find information about your rights and choices, including refusing treatment, setting down your wishes for your future treatment, and how to give someone the legal right to make decisions for you if you are no longer capable.

The guide also contains information about talking to your family and carers about dying and about your wishes.

Make It Your Decision

Compassion in Dying has created the Make It Your Decision website to help people plan for their care at the end of life.  You can find more information on the Make It Your Decision website here

Planning Your Future Care

The information leaflet Planning Your Future Care is available in Arabic, Bengali, Mandarin Chinese, Polish, Punjabi and Urdu as well as English.

Let's Talk About Death and Dying

Age UK's leaflet to help people talk about death and dying with their family and friends is available on the Age UK website

If you are looking for information on Continuing Health Care, Personal Health Budgets or Funded Nursing Care, please see the Continuing Healthcare page.

Further information

You can find information for carers on the East Sussex County Council website.

Eating Well

Please follow the link to find information on Eating Well to Stay Healthy, including information on preparing food for the person you care for.

As we get older we are more likely to develop a long term condition.  Although it can make life more difficult, with good support in place it is possible to live well with a long term condition.  You GP can help you to manage a long term condition.  It's also possible to get some care at home if it's needed. 

You can find a helpful Long Term Condition Assessment Tool on the NHS Choices website.


Dementia is a group of symptoms caused by specific brain disorders. The most common cause is Alzheimer’s disease, but it can also be the result of a stroke or mini-strokes or other conditions. 

You can find more information about dementia and the adult social care support that is available locally on the East Sussex County Council website

Please follow the link to find out more about the Dementia Golden Ticket Programme .

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