Welcome to Chailey Heritage Foundation
Chailey Heritage Foundation provides education and care services and is one of the UK’s leading centres for children and young people with complex neurodisabilities.
Most of the young people accessing our services have severe cerebral palsy, many have visual and/or other sensory impairments. All are wheelchair users and very few have verbal communication.
Our expertise is in maximising independence and choice, developing effective communication and providing powered mobility opportunities. Read more.
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Services for Adults
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Chailey Heritage Foundation offers a wide variety of roles both within both our education and social care departments and also across our administration and support services.
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The young people we support have some truly inspirational stories to tell
Harry 20 year old Harry has been using our Hub and Pathways services for over a year.&... Meet Toby Toby joined Chailey Heritage as a pupil and fortnightly boarder 16 years ago... Archie
Starting school can be a nerve-racking time for any parent.Sam Like many children his age, Sam loves football, computer games and watching TV w... Ellie With her cheeky smile, irrepressible curiosity and keen sporting talent, Ellie i... Christopher As a bright young man with a mischievous sense of humour and a determination to ... Ducks and Goose Case Study This is a chance to learn exactly how our animals provide the children and young... Raihana Her early entry into the world and the ensuing complications haven’t held ... Harriet Harriet has been developing her communication skills during her visits to Patchw... Toby We hear from Teacher Paula about how Toby has benefited from his experience with... Mollie and her amazing creations 22 year old Mollie is a budding artist. Her amazing creations are on display in ... Ella Patchwork Farm is a unique resource for supporting learning in a wide range of w... Meet Michael “Michael’s personality has developed and he is much more outgoing, w... Henry
Read about how Patchwork Farm has helped Henry's confidenceAlfie's Life Skills Centre Experience Alfie is no stranger to ‘grafting’ or getting his hands dirty in his... Isabel's Gym Time Isabel’s gym sessions are giving her a real energy boost: her increased st... Changing Lives: The Chailey Way Like many 9 years olds, Sam loves football and playing for his school team!... Meet Wilson Wilson is a very energetic and happy young boy with an infectious giggle who enj... Focus on Eye Gaze ‘Eye Gaze Technology’, where a user controls a computer through eye ... Meet Lennon Lennon is very happy and sociable and, like most 6-year-old boys, he enjoys play... Romilly’s Story: Unlocking communication A strong parent, pupil and school partnership is crucial to establishing the bui... Regular gym visits paying off for Victoria Since Victoria has been using the gym she has made an incredible increase in the...