Same name, new look: Sussex Partnership launches new website to support patients, families and carers
A fresh and redesigned website has been launched by Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust to support those living with mental health, learning disability and neurodiversity conditions.
The Trust, which provides specialist mental health and learning disability services across South East England, had input and feedback from service users and staff, in order to create an accessible and engaging website where people can easily find the information and support they're looking for.
Updated and improved features to the website include more signposting to support services for those experiencing a mental health crisis, an expanded search feature for a wide range of mental health, learning disability and neurodevelopmental services and it's now also easier to find information about the Trust's 70+ locations across Sussex.
As the one of the most research-active mental health Trusts in England, Sussex Partnership's research and development department has a dedicated section on the new website. It aims to make it easier for people to get involved with research projects that help shape the future of mental healthcare. Jane Vickers, Director of Communications, said:
"A huge thank you to all the service users and staff who took part in helping us develop and test our new site. A lot of visits to the website come from patients and their families and the new design had those groups in mind from the start. The new site's designed to make sure people get the help and support they need and that the information is as accessible and easy to understand as possible."
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