Rebound Therapy Team scoop Community Heroes Award


It’s been a great month here at Surrey Choices with plenty of awards to shout about. In particular, this week we are celebrating after winning a prestigious award at the BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey Community Heroes Awards.

Winners in the category of Sport, our Rebound Therapy team impressed the judges with their dedication and contribution to local sporting life. Their coaches encourage our customers to participate in the Rebound Therapy sessions.

Rebound Therapy uses trampolines to provide therapeutic exercise and recreation for people requiring a wide range of support, including physical disabilities, learning disabilities, sensory impairments and people with autistic spectrum conditions.

The exercise helps to promote balance, facilitate movement, increase or decrease muscle tone and aids relaxation and sensory integration.

Now in its seventh year, the awards recognised unsung heroes from across the two counties, with winners reflecting everything from good neighbours to sporting achievement.

Jessica Williams, Marketing and Communications Manager at Surrey Choices, said: “It’s an honour to be part of these amazing celebrations with such worthy winners from across Surrey and Sussex.

“A huge well done to the whole team, customers, staff and managers for all of the hard work that they have put in over the past few years to making Rebound Therapy such a success. They should be extremely proud.”

Prestigious award presented to disability employment specialist

A Surrey Choices employee has received the highest honour from the supported employment sector after being awarded the national 2017 Practitioner of the Year Award.

Carolyn Tucker supports people with a wide range of disabilities by helping them to find employment opportunities with local employers. (more…)

​T​eam recognised in the Surrey Care Awards 2017

We are thrilled that our Growth Team were shortlisted for the Surrey Care Awards 2017.

Now in their ninth year, the Surrey Care Awards are the county’s ‘Oscars’ for those who work in the care sector. Organised by Surrey Care Association, these awards recognise the dedication of people working in a wide variety of jobs in adult social care including dementia care, caring for people in their own homes and caring for adults with learning disabilities.