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Occupational Therapy Services are provided to people of all ages who have a physical disability living in Brighton & Hove. Occupational Therapists aim to promote and assist in maintaining daily living skills, as well as providing information and support to people with a disability and their carers. They also provide daily living equipment and arrange adaptations to homes.

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Haydn of Alpha Automatic has taken specialist Advanced ADI training at the Queen Elizabeth Foundation for the disabled, in Hi-Tech Drive from WheelChair driver training.

Haydn has experience teaching in customers own Drive from Wheelchair vehicles, using 2 & 4 way joy stick Space drive, systems, including MiniSteer. Familiarisation, Learner Driver tuition available.

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Haydn of Alpha Automatic has taken specialist Advanced ADI training at the Queen Elizabeth Foundation for the disabled, in Hi-Tech Drive from WheelChair driver training.

Haydn has experience teaching in customers own Drive from Wheelchair vehicles, using 2 & 4 way joy stick Space drive, systems, including MiniSteer. Familiarisation, Learner Driver tuition available.

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Haydn of Alpha Automatic has taken specialist Advanced ADI training at the Queen Elizabeth Foundation for the disabled, in Hi-Tech Drive from WheelChair driver training.

Haydn has experience teaching in customers own Drive from Wheelchair vehicles, using 2 & 4 way joy stick Space drive, systems, including MiniSteer. Familiarisation, Learner Driver tuition available.

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Haydn of Alpha Automatic has taken specialist Advanced ADI training at the Queen Elizabeth Foundation for the disabled, in Hi-Tech Drive from WheelChair driver training.

Haydn has experience teaching in customers own Drive from Wheelchair vehicles, using 2 & 4 way joy stick Space drive, systems, including MiniSteer. Familiarisation, Learner Driver tuition available.

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Haydn of Alpha Automatic has taken specialist Advanced ADI training at the Queen Elizabeth Foundation for the disabled, in Hi-Tech Drive from WheelChair driver training.

Haydn has experience teaching in customers own Drive from Wheelchair vehicles, using 2 & 4 way joy stick Space drive, systems, including MiniSteer. Familiarisation, Learner Driver tuition available.

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Extratime’s mission is to provide high-quality, affordable out-of-school activities for children and young people aged 5-19 years with disabilities, in a safe, fun environment working closely with parents/carers, school staff and other professionals to fully meet the needs of every child/young person and in partnership with statutory and non-statutory organisations to increase the opportunities for inclusive play and leisure.

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Extratime’s mission is to provide high-quality, affordable out-of-school activities for children and young people aged 5-19 years with disabilities, in a safe, fun environment working closely with parents/carers, school staff and other professionals to fully meet the needs of every child/young person and in partnership with statutory and non-statutory organisations to increase the opportunities for inclusive play and leisure.

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Extratime’s mission is to provide high-quality, affordable out-of-school activities for children and young people aged 5-19 years with disabilities, in a safe, fun environment working closely with parents/carers, school staff and other professionals to fully meet the needs of every child/young person and in partnership with statutory and non-statutory organisations to increase the opportunities for inclusive play and leisure.

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Extratime’s mission is to provide high-quality, affordable out-of-school activities for children and young people aged 5-19 years with disabilities, in a safe, fun environment working closely with parents/carers, school staff and other professionals to fully meet the needs of every child/young person and in partnership with statutory and non-statutory organisations to increase the opportunities for inclusive play and leisure.

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