Choice to Talk

From Monday 21 October – Friday 1 November, we are celebrating Advocacy Awareness Week (AAW19) looking at the power and impact that all types of advocacy have on people’s lives. Here at Surrey Choices, we strive to ensure every individual we support has the opportunity to voice their opinion and be heard. Across Surrey, our…

House Finch – Watch Online!

A film aimed at changing the attitudes towards disability featured Surrey Choices’ very own Rhythmic Collision Dance Company.  ‘House Finch’ explores the relationship between a mother and her son who has a disability and stars Adjoa Andoh, an actor who has previously starred in Eastenders, The Bill, Casualty, Doctor Who and much more, along side…

Surrey Choices Photo Competition!

In celebration of Surrey Choices 5th birthday, we invite you to take part in the Surrey Choices Photo Competition!  As part of our birthday celebrations, we have launched the Surrey Choices Photo Competition, where you can win some fantastic prizes, including a professional photoshoot with our friends The Creative Colony, and Love2shop vouchers! Who can…

EmployAbility Spring 2019 Survey Results

The results are in from our annual EmployAbility Survey! Take a look at what the employers and people we support into work said about EmployAbility, in our special edition newsletter below.  To view in full screen, hover over the bottom of the newsletter until the toolbar appears, then select the second from the right icon.…

Rhythm of Life IV dance show set to celebrate friendship and inclusion

On Wednesday 17 July 2019, Surrey residents came along to Camberley Theatre to witness a unique performance that celebrates diversity through creative dance.  The Surrey Choices Rhythmic Collision Dance Company and children from Cordwalles Junior School teamed up to create ‘Rhythm of Life IV’, an ensemble of dance choreography that explores important life issues like…

A fantastic achievement for J!

J has been a member of the Surrey Choices Growth Team. When he first joined the team, he had difficulty with wearing the required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) due to Sensory Overload. This meant J’s ability to take part in the practical work that the Growth Team do on a daily basis to preserve the…