What does this service provide?

Who we are 

Our multi-disciplinary team (MDT) includes nurses, occupational therapists, doctors, physiotherapists, psychologists, rehabilitation engineers, speech and language therapists, healthcare and therapy assistants, clinical scientists, pharmacists, and a dietitian. 

Multi-disciplinary team: A multidisciplinary team (MDT) is a group of health and care professionals from one or more organisations who come together to discuss how best to care for you.

What we do 

Our focus is for children and adults in our care to be secure and comfortable, and to promote their independence, enabling them to be active in their wider community.  

We deliver need-led, bespoke therapeutic and medical care for children and adults with diverse and often fluctuating conditions related to their complex disability.  

Through their expertise, our specialist clinicians identify needs and formulate a care plan or programme to assess, design and provide adaptive equipment to help our patients maximise their potential and participation in society. 

The majority of our services are designed for children and young people; however, some also support adults with complex neurodisability and health needs. Details can be found below and on the individual service pages. 

Services are provided through the following focused areas: 

  • Outpatient Service Clinic – offering a range of specialist multidisciplinary clinics to children and young people with complex neurodisability. 
  • Clinical Support to Chailey Heritage Foundation – offering multidisciplinary care and support to children and young people up to 25 years of age 
  • Specialist Nursing Service - providing specialist nursing to children and young people who access Chailey Heritage Foundation or Bluebells Short breaks service  
  • Bluebells Short-Breaks – Specialist Nursing led respite provision for children and young people with complex health needs 
  • Rehabilitation Engineering Service – providing specialist engineering support and products to children and adults with complex physical disabilities where standard, commercially available, equipment does not fulfil their need 
  • Chailey rehabilitation and transition service – Providing multidisciplinary assessment and outpatient rehabilitation to children and young people with an acquired brain injury and complex neurodisability 
  • Chailey Communication Aid Service (CCAS) - NHS England funded service that provides assessment and provision of high-tech communication aids for children and adults with complex needs in Surrey and Sussex (including Brighton and Hove) 
  • Research and Training - our staff engage in research and innovation to support children and young people to reach their potential. We provide specialist training within the NHS and to outside organisations. 

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How can I access this service?

Please refer to individual service pages for service access and referral information.

How can I contact this service?

Contact details
Telephone: 01825 722 112
Where to find us
Address: Chailey Clinical Services, Beggars Wood Road, North Chailey (Near Lewes), East Sussex, BN8 4JN

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Opening hours

Chailey Clinical Services main reception is open: 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 8:45am to 5:00pm.

Friday, from 08:45am to 4:30pm.

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