About i-go

All local authorities in England have a duty to keep a children’s disability register. The register is a list of children and young people in East Sussex who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Previously, the register in East Sussex was known as the Children’s Disability Register. It is now known as “i-go: The Children and Young People’s Additional Needs Register.”

Feedback identified a need to change the name to be more representative and inclusive. We worked closely with parents, carers and young people to find the right name together.

i-go includes a discount card to improve access to leisure activities for families in East Sussex. When a child or young person is registered on i-go, they will receive an i-go card.

i-go is voluntary, so you or your child don’t have to register. Although, there are many long-term benefits for you, your family and all other SEND families across East Sussex if you join i-go.

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Why should I register?

here are many great reasons to join i-go: The Children and Young People’s Additional Needs Register.

The top 3 benefits of joining the register include:


  • Improved and Targeted Services, The information from i-go helps our teams build a clearer picture about the need for certain services. We use this information to provide better and more targeted services for families.
  • Exclusive Access to over 100 Offers and Discounts, Families who are on i-go have access to all the available discounts from i-go partners. i-go currently gives cardholders access to over 100 offers. The offers include discounts for eating out, activities, leisure and more.
  • Have Your Voice Heard, Being on i-go is an easy way to get involved with feedback and evaluations. You don’t have to get involved, but being on i-go makes it easier for you to help us help your family in a more impactful way.

i-go is continuously growing and improving, so the benefits of joining i-go will continue to develop as well.

Who is it for?

i-go: The Children and Young People’s Additional Needs Register is for children and young people aged 0 to 25 years old who live in East Sussex (or attend school in East Sussex).

The eligibility list includes children and young people who have one of the following:

  1. Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP)
  2. Additional Needs Plan (this could also be known as Specific Support Plan or Provision Map)
  3. Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
  4. Personal Independence Payments (PIP)
  5. Blue Badge
  6. Concessionary Disabled Person’s Bus Pass
  7. Medical Diagnosis (including a diagnosed Mental Health Condition)
  8. No Medical Diagnosis (including Social, Emotional, Mental Health Conditions)*

*An application support form must be completed if you are applying without a medical diagnosis
Application Support Form (signed by health, education, or social care professional)
Download the signup form here

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