Surrey Choices Growth Team will teach and support you to carry out practical tasks, helping to maintain the Surrey countryside and public spaces.
Surrey Choices customers at Woking Resource Centre have decorated a Christmas Tree which has been displayed at the United Reform Church, Dorking Christmas Tree Festival of Gifts.
The entry by Surrey Choices and Woking Resource centre is displayed in the church and is among a display of 30 Christmas Trees, each provided by different groups from around the area.
Four Surrey Choices customers celebrated on Friday at Blackbushe Airport with a certificate presentation in front of family and friends after successfully completing the silver phase of the Aerobility Aspiring Pilot Programme (APP).
Customers from Dorking Community group celebrated the last session of Community Golf in Christmas Style. The Autumn League concluded this week with 19 sites competing for top place. It was great to have five new Surrey Choices sites compete, with DorkingCommunity Project and Woking Community Group taking second and third spots respectively, behind Woodmansterne Project…
Surrey Choices customers are giving furniture a new lease of life with the start of a Furniture Recycling Project.
Surrey Choices has teamed up with FurnitureLink, in Guildford, which recycle, refurbish and reuse good quality, pre-owned donated furniture and appliances, to offer the new project.
Surrey Choices celebrated with an inspirational story for the UN International day of persons with disabilities.
The 3rd December 2015 is the UN International day of persons with disabilities, with the theme this year of inclusion and employment.
To mark this awareness day, Surrey Choices celebrated the achievements of an incredible young man, Anton Brown, who not only conquered Mount Snowdon this year but has also started working for Surrey Choices to inspire others to keep fit and active.
Surrey Choices customers have transformed the space around a public library from an overgrown mess into an attractive area.
Surrey Choices Growth Team, which is part of the Horticulture scheme, recently landscaped a damaged space around Godalming Library.
An EmployAbility customer from Surrey Choices is aiming to s‘elf’ improve this festive period as he hopes to become one of Santa’s helpers. Nick Walewski, who has cerebral palsy and is in a wheelchair, has been involved with Surrey Choices EmployAbility service for over a year.
He desperately wants to fulfil an ambition to play the part of an elf in the run up to Christmas and is on the lookout for a suitable place to try out his ‘elfing’skills.
Surrey Choices EmployAbility, which supports Nick, has launched a search to help fulfil his Christmas wish.
A social care provider operating across Surrey has been shortlisted for a regional award. Surrey Choices has been short-listed for the Living and Ageing Well in Surrey Awards 2015. Surrey Choices supports people with a range of abilities to find the best care, activities and services for their needs across Surrey.
It has been shortlisted for an award in the ‘Bringing the Community Together’ category for the work they do in the local community to prevent elderly people who live alone feeling isolated.
In 2014, Surrey Choices staff formed a ‘Tea and Memories’ group where like-minded people come together to enjoy tea and cake. The group is hosted in a room especially designed to replicate a tea room in the 1940s to inspire memories, discussions and reminiscence.
A new report due to be launched in the House of Commons this week, backed by NHS Chief Simon Stevens, is set to show how an innovative form of care in Surrey is helping to transform lives by keeping people healthy, providing effective home from hospital care, and preventing avoidable trips to Accident and Emergency Departments.
Surrey Shared Lives scheme is one of 150 schemes across the UK supporting Shared Lives carers to share their home and family life with adults who need support.