A lovely article – “Two brothers on the autistic spectrum were looking for work when one had the idea of opening a comic shop. It turned out to be an inspired choice”.
Kelvin Lindsay our Community Skills Project Manager and CSP Horley have been working with GTR for a number of years, offering support and guidance on accessibility improvements for passengers that need additional support. As well as physical changes to stations, the addition of the communication guides have had a huge impact; it gives people with…Details
Can you help put an item a day this December into a box to make a service users Christmas extra special? This Christmas we want to give back, that’s why we want to create our own Reverse Advent Calendars. The aim is to gather as many food items and hygiene products to put into hampers…Details
The guys had a fantastic morning yesterday bag packing at Tesco to raise money for Cancer Research. They made a whopping £220 which has been donated to Archie a young boy currently being treated for leukaemia. Archie also has Autism and is non-verbal, this means while in hospital he has been struggling to communicate how…Details
On Friday evening some of the County Care office and support staff attended the Surrey Care Awards at Epsom Downs! We were finalised for 4 awards and we are super proud to announce for the 3rd year running we won an award which went to our Community Support Worker, Karem Birdi for “Newcomer of the…Details
This week is Wellbeing Week! Whether you are connecting with friends, going for a long walk with family or even signing up to a new course, get involved and play your part! This week we will be showing what we do for our employee’s wellbeing, check out our Facebook page to find out more!
Wow what a fantastic day! We would like to say a massive thank you to all our service users for taking on today’s challenge , each and every one of them did an amazing job! We set out to cycle to Surrey and back to Skegness which is a massive 322 miles, we beat our…Details
We are super proud of our Community Skills Project Manager Amy Marsh for attending the Adult MHFA One Day course and is now a Mental Health First Aid Champion. The course provided an understanding of common mental health issues and the skills to signpost people to support by giving people the facts about mental health…Details