A Surrey Choices customer with support needs has spoken about the confidence boost that her job at Sainsbury’s Burpham has given her after receiving a ‘25 Years Service’ award.
A 2016 survey by Totaljobs found that one in four deaf people have quit their job due to discrimination and 47% reported receiving no specific support or guidance from employers.
A film aimed at changing the attitudes towards disability premiered in London last week, featuring Surrey Choices’ Rhythmic Collision dance company.
We have raised money for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Trust by offering affordable pieces of art to the community.
Our Pop-Up Art Gallery has opened offering affordable pieces of work exhibiting work from our customers who have a range of disabilities.
Our Shared Lives service is provided by carefully chosen single people, couples or families who offer support and accommodation within their own households. The people they support live or stay as part of the Shared Lives Carers’ family having been carefully matched by experienced teams at Surrey Choices.
We had our first staff Annual Achievers Awards event this week, paying tribute to the exceptional achievements of company employees.
Our Guildford Community Group are celebrating after receiving an award for their service to the community.
The Surrey Choices’ Growth Team have been out in force with chainsaws and strimmers at Connaught school who now have a forest school to offer to pupils.
Employment support specialist, Carolyn Tucker is shortlisted after being recognised for helping people on the autistic spectrum to secure employment.