A4E
Nearest offices:
Guildford: Ground floor, Dominion House, Woodbridge Road, Guildford, Surrey GU1 4PU. Telephone: 01483 302045.
Epsom: 2nd floor, 83 East Street, Epsom, Surrey, KT17 1DT.
Telephone: 01372 731450

National Details: Bessemer Road, Sheffield, S9 3XN. Telephone: 0800 345666. This is the home page on their website.

Babcock Enterprise
Local details:
Epsom: Connexions House, 83 East House, Epsom, Surrey, KT17 1DN. Telephone: 0759 060 1701.
Redhill: 1st Floor, 3 London Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1LY. Telephone: 0759 060 1701.
Programmes offered: Next Step, lead

National details: Unit 36, Lloyds Court,
681-683 Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes, MK9 3AZ.
Telephone: 01908 232808
Please visit this web address.

Community Foundation for Surrey
1 Bishops Wharf, Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, Surrey,
GU1 4RA. Telephone: 01483 409230

The Community Foundation for Surrey aims to inspire more giving in Surrey. They match those who want to give, with those who need to receive, helping to make a real difference to the well-being of people across the county. See this page of their website for details about the Surrey Supported Employment Fund which aims of supporting people with disabilities or mental ill health to overcome the barriers to work.

Employability
North West, North East & South West Surrey Team:
Quadrant Court, 35 Guildford Road, Woking, Surrey,
GU22 7QQ. Telephone: 01483 519690.
South East Surrey Team:
Wingfield, St Annes Drive, Redhill, Surrey,
RH1 4AA. Telephone: 01737 277789
Click here for their webpage
Programmes offered: Employment Support Contract, (Local Authority funded). Services for people with learning disabilities.

ESRA
2nd Floor, Rawlinson House, 9 London Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1LY. Telephone: 01737 772115.
Click here for their website
Programmes offered: Next Step, sub-contractor. Services delivered from Redhill to people with mental health issues plus IAPT and IPS.

Intraining Group
Programmes offered:
Bright Future's Programme (16-18) and an Adult Learner Responsive Contract for 19+ called the Work Skills Programme.

Woking: Ground Floor, Duke's Court, Duke Street, Woking, Surrey, GU21 5BH. Telephone 01483 726 270
Redhill: 1st Floor Rawlinson House, 9 London Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1LY. Telephone 01737 761 300

This is the home page of their national website.

JGA
269 Field End Road, Eastcote, Ruislip, Middx HA4 9XA. Telephone: 020 8426 2666
Programmes offered: Next Step, sub-contractor. Services delivered from Jobcentre Plus offices in Weybridge and Walton on Thames and from employers' premises. Services also offered in Sussex and Oxfordshire.

Employment Opportunities supported by the London Borough of Hounslow support Hounlsow residents with learning disabilities into paid employment

Contact Nicky Bitar on 020 8583 6144, 07939 541 738 or by email using this address.


Click here for their webpage
Programmes offered: Employment Support Contract, (Local Authority funded). Services for people with learning disabilities and other disabilities.

Maximus UK
Supporting people to overcome personal and professional barriers and connecting them with meaningful employment through a broad range of welfare-to-work and related employment and training programmes. Maximus is a sub-contractor for Avanta on the Work Programme.

Local details:
Guildford: 4th Floor Dominium House Woodbridge Road Guildford GU1 4PU. Business Manager: Winnie Mudachi-Ball
EEC: Suzie Magness. Email: smagness@maximusuk.co.uk Phone: 07739 303386

National details:
1.1  – 1.5 Kestrel Business Park, Kestrel Way, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon EX2 7JS.
Telephone: 01392 446198
This is the home page on their website.

Pinnacle People
Weybridge:Weybridge Day Centre, Churchfield Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8DX. Telephone: 0800 612 7136.
Staines: Staines Community Centre, Thames Street, Staines, TW18 4EA. Telephone: 0800 612 7136
or: 5th Floor, South Tower, Tubs Hill House,
London Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 1BL.
Telephone: 01732 252032.
This office acts as a base for all Pinnacle people who then work out of community venues in Kent, Surrey, Sussex delivering the Support Contract for Jobcentre Plus

National details: 1st Floor, 6 St Andrew Street, London,
EC4A 3AE Telephone: 020 7247 5160.
This is the home page on their website.

Oakleaf Enterprise
101 Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4UQ.
Telephone: 01483 303649

People can self-refer, or people can be referred through Community Mental Health Team referral, GPs, and any other professionals.

Service users are supported to overcome barriers to employment by being offered a comprehensive back to work service. People coming to Oakleaf can gain nationally recognised qualifications and/or work experience in IT, horticulture, upholstery and catering.
Click here for their website

Based in Surrey, as a residential college, Queen Elizabeth's can take referrals from anywhere in the South East.
Queen Elizabeth's Foundation Vocational Services
Leatherhead Court, Woodlands Road, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 0BN. Telephone: 01372 841100.

QEF Vocational Services offer employment skills training for adults with disabilities or long term health conditions. The programmes cover business, technologies, trades and employability skills for those wishing to retrain, gain skills and enter and sustain employment. QEF have places for residential and non-residential trainees.

Please visit their website by clicking here

QEF Neuro Rehabilitation Services
Brain Injury Centre, Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People, Banstead Place, Park Road, Banstead, Surrey,
SM7 3EE. Telephone: 01737 356 222.
For full details of their course for people with acquired brain injuries, please call the number above or email Tony Hart using this address.


RBLI
Bradmeer House,Brook Way, Kingston Road, Leatherhead
Surre,y KT22 7NA

Print / Design / Assembly / Mailing

Telephone: 01372 389940 for further details on how they can supply services to you.

Reigate & Redhill YMCA
Prince's Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 6JJ. Telephone 01737 784970 or visit http://www.ymcaredhill.com/

Reigate & Redhill YMCA's Active Living project is a three year, Comic Relief funded initiative that uses the power of sport to engage young people (16-28) with disabilities and long term health conditions. Through the project, they support young people to work towards their long term goals, from increased sports participation, volunteering and/or paid employment.

Other opportunities from the YMCA Centre include a New Age Kurling club for people with disabilities, a boccia club and open trampolining sessions.

Richmond Fellowship

Local details: 3rd Floor, Manor House, 19 Church Street, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 8DN. Telephone: 01372 363934
Programmes offered: Redhill Employment Service, Services for people with mental health issues

3rd Floor, Rawlinson House, 9 London Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1LY. Telephone: 01737 771282
Programmes offered: IAPT and IPS, Services for people with mental health issues

Horton Lane, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 8PQ.
Telephone: 01372 731971
Programmes offered
: Old Moat Project, (PCT funded - Services for people with mental health issues.)

National Website: at this address
National details: 80 Holloway Road, London, N7 8JG. Telephone: 020 7697 3300

Skills Training UK Ltd
Local details:
Guildford: 1st Floor, Dominion House, Woodbridge Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4PU. Telephone: 01483 300834.
Hayes: 2nd Floor, Legion House, 854-864 Uxbridge Road, Hayes, Middx, UB4 0RP. Telephone 020 8813 7453.
Harrow: 3rd Floor, Queens House, Kymberley Road, Harrow, Middx, HA1 1US. Telephone 020 8861 0544.
Hounslow: 4th Floor, Holdsworth House, 65-73 Staines Road, Hounslow, Middx, TW3 3HW. Telephone: 020 8577 5206
Programmes offered: Support Contract, subcontractor

National details: 4th Floor, Wembley Point, 1 Harrow Road,
Stonebridge Park, Middlesex, HA9 6DE
Telephone: 020 7247 5160
This is the home page on their website

The Smart Enterprise

The Smart Enterprise provides specialist, practical and interactive training on disability awareness and the skills to support disabled people. They do this through user led training, recognising good practice, identifying resourceful solutions to employment, leisure and social opportunities, and through working with businesses, charities and other organisations within the community to increase awareness and opportunities for disabled people.

Their services will help you to recognise the potential and the abilities of disabled people. They will help challenge your pre-conceived ideas and identify the benefits of involving disabled people with your organisation.

http://thesmartenterprise.arc-online.net/ Email – info@thesmartenterprise.co.uk Phone – 07989 500164
7, Queen Anne's Terrace, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 7HR.

Surrey Care Trust
1 Old Elstead Road, Milford, Godalming, Surrey, GU8 5EE.
Telephone; 01483 426990
Programme offered: The FACE Programme

Free training courses for people who are currently unemployed, covering motivation skills, CV writing, interview and communication skills.

This is the home page on their website

The Therapy Directory promote the benefits of complementary therapy and aim to give visitors all the information they need to help them make an informed decision about whether or not therapy would be right for them. The website has an FAQs section, a number of useful articles written by their members and the facility to search for a practitioner in your area.

To ensure the professionalism of their website, all listed therapists have provided them with qualifications and insurance cover or proof of membership with a professional body.

A good start point is this page on occupational therapy suitable for disabled people http://www.therapy-directory.org.uk/articles/occupational-therapy.html


Treloar
Moving On Programme: Support to find and move towards finding voluntary and paid work opportunities. They also provide guidance to access educational programmes and training courses. The support is over a period of around 12 weeks but is flexible for each individual. Moving on also supports in finding people social and leisure opportunities and looking at housing options. For full details see this link.

The Woking outreach support worker (also covering Waverley and Guildford) is Craig Holder.
Telephone: 07921 971745

Weir Training Limited
Brook House, 56 Guildford Street, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9BE. Telephone: 01932 567626. Click here for their website

Weir advertise their new Apprenticeship opportunities with employers on the national Apprenticeship website. This is a free service they offer to employers, and there are hundreds of opportunities advertised. If there isn't an Apprenticeship vacancy that interests a young person they can register their details and save their favourite search using a button on their home page. Candidates can register on this page of Weir's website to search and apply for vacancies, or to set up an alert once you they have registered.

Action for Carers and Employment (ACE) is a service provided by Action for Carers (Surrey), an independent, carer-led  charity which works to raise awareness of the needs and concerns of carers. ACE provides specialist support, information and advocacy to carers, and former carers, in relation to employment, training and leisure activities.  The service is free and confidential.

Astolat, Coniers Way, Guildford, Surrey. GU4 7HL. Telephone 01483 565874. You can visit their website at www.acesurrey.org.uk

Art Matters offers a person centred and supportive environment for people with mental health problems, looking to explore creative opportunities. Individuals attending the Service can develop their skills through activities including painting, carving, upholstery, mosaic work, gilding, printing and wood craft skills. The studio works in partnership with schools, colleges and businesses in a range of creative initiatives, promoting art and mental health, with a focus on well being through creativity. Art Matters is designed to be a stepping stone towards further education and employment.
www.artmatters-richmondfellowship.org.uk
Parochial Hall, Earlswood Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 6HE.
Telephone: 01737 766212

NACRO reduces crime by changing lives. They work with the most disadvantaged people, offenders and those at risk of offending, to help them find positive alternatives to crime and to achieve their full potential in our society. NACRO achieves results by using their expertise to work with other partner agencies and subcontractors.
www.nacro.org.uk

Staines Office
1st Floor, 11 - 17 Kingston Road, Staines,
TW18 4QX
Telephone: 01784 492192

Action for blind people works on a one to one basis to prepare visually impaired people at a pace that they are comfortable with and to suit their particular needs. Their Employment advisers provide a range of assessment, development and work experience opportunities to prepare visually impaired people for entry into employment.
www.actionforblindpeople.org.uk
Email the helpline
or call the helpline on 0303 1239999 and you will be advised what to do next.

Swail House provides secure and affordable housing with self contained facilities for visually impaired adults, to enable them to lead as independent a life a possible within a sheltered environment. Applicants should be aged 18 and over. There are 55 flats for single people and couples. Applications from people with additional needs are considered and guide dogs are welcomed.
Swail House Webpage
Ashley Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 5AZ.
Telephone: 01372 720 742

Look Up is a UK information service focusing on eye care and vision for adults with learning disabilities; family carers; eye care professionals and health and social staff. Look Up is a collaboration between SeeAbility and RNIB.
www.lookupinfo.org
SeeAbility House, Hook Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 8SQ.
Telephone: 01372 755066

The Grange provides a range of high quality services to adults with disabilities, offering skills training in work and social skills, productive work opportunities; supported housing and 24 hour care. The aim is to achieve optimum independence, dignity and fulfilment, while respecting the privacy, individuality and rights of each person.
www.grangecentre.org.uk
Rectory Lane, Bookham, Surrey KT23 4DZ.
Telephone: 01372 452608

Woking Mind provides social support and assistance to adults who have difficulties with their mental health. They provide a vital part to their members' well being and deliver high quality services that encourage self confidence, independence and interaction with the community.
www.wokingmind.org.uk
CornerHouse, 2 Courtenay Road, Woking, Surrey, GU21 5HQ.
Telephone: 01483 766998

White Lodge Centre provide activities and opportunties for disabled people of all ages, their families and carers. They Work with people to encourage and widen choices by exploring and developing new interests, engaging in personal development to achieve a healthier lifestyle and improving learning opportunities and broadening social networks. They build skills towards a chosen lifestyle where housing, volunteering and employment possibilities can be explored and support people to recognise rights and responsibilities in everyday life.
www.whitelodgecentre.co.uk
White Lodge, Holloway Hill, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 0AE.
Telephone: 01932 567131

Croft House is a shared Supported Housing Service for 17 adults offering recovery based support for people who have experienced mental health problems. Croft aims to support people to manage transition to more independent living within a 2 year time scale offering them support with maintaining their tenancy, practical and emotional issues and integration into the wider community. Staff support is based on site Monday to Friday with an emergency out of hours on call. Referrals can be accepted from all of Surrey with priority given to local applicants. Telephone: 020 8979 1688

Headway Surrey supports people with head injuries, their families and carers and promotes understanding of the implications of head injury throughout Surrey.www.headwaysurrey.org
Headway House, North Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 9PU.
Telephone: 01483 454433

Disability Initiative is an established charity that specialises in the provision of services to adults with complex physical disabilities and acquired brain injury. They operate from a purpose-built centre that offers a fully accessible environment with easy access to Camberley town centre. They help individuals achieve their goals no matter how large or small through a variety of activities, accredited educational courses and therapies unique to DI. Each programme is specifically designed for an individual’s needs and aspirations.
www.disabilityinitiative.org.uk
Resource Centre, Knoll Road, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3SY.
Telephone: 01276 676302

Surrey Lifelong Learning Partnership (SLLP) is a not for profit company whose members include representatives of learning providers, local community organisations and planning/funding bodies. They work with partners to deliver free learning in community and work venues. They aim to engage learners that have missed out on learning and help them improve their functional skills.

They work particuarly in areas of multiple need and with communities of interest, e.g. mental health, gypsies, BME, single parents and ex offenders. SLLP is a company limited by guarantee and is guided by a Steering Group which is responsible for strategy.
www.surreyllp.org.uk
Unit 211, Lansbury Estate, 102 Lower Guildford Road, Knaphill, Woking, Surrey, GU21 2EP. Telephone: 01483 481789

Surrey Welfare Rights Unit is a small specialist charity providing expert legal advice on benefits and community care. The Unit has been set up as a support organisation which means that they provide services to organisations rather than direct to the public who can initially access one of the many local organisations they provide services to. They ask the organisations we support to subscribe to thier services. This will enable them to continue to deliver services in times of decreasing grant funding.
www.swru.org
Unit 14A Monument Way Depot, Monument Way East, Woking, Surrey GU21. 5LY.
Telephone: 01483 776713

As part of Leonard Cheshire Disability
Bells Piece in Farnham provides residential, supported housing and other services for people with learning disabilities.
Please email for more information
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Telephone: 01252 715138
www.www.LCDisability.org

Prospect Housing and Support Services runs a scheme, in partnership with Raven Housing Trust, called Work 4 All which recruits adults with learning difficulties or mental health issues wishing to work, or return to work, for a variety of jobs including gardening. The team currently maintains all of Prospect's residential homes' gardens and those of the Supported Living Group Homes' gardens. Work for Raven Housing Trust has included garage painting, applying anti-climb paint to roofs, pond clearing and cleaning the communal areas of a block of flats. The scheme aims to build self-confidence and to help individuals back into the workplace by offering a safe and supportive environment in which to develop.
www.prospectha.org.uk
The Hethersett Centre, RNIB College, Philanthropic Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 4DG.
Telephone: 01737 765800

Welmede Housing Association is a community based voluntary agency operating at the forefront of housing, care and support. Values driven and ambitious to be at the forefront of the implementation of the learning disabilities White Paper, Welmede currently delivers high quality person centered support to 340 people across Surrey.
www.welmede.org.uk
Email Welmede by clicking here.
Byfleet House, 2 Guildford Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9BJ.
Telephone: 01932 571666

The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE) wants to see better futures for young lives with epilepsy by providing high quality education, assessment, training and support services based on thier Surrey campus and by advocating better health, education and support services for the 60,000 children with epilepsy throughout the UK.
www.ncype.org.uk
Email NCYPE by clicking here.
St Piers Lane, Lingfield, Surrey, RH7 6PW.
Telephone: 01342 832243

Surrey Association for Visual Impairment works with blind and partially sighted people in Surrey, to provide services so that they may choose to lead fuller, more independent lives. To achieve that they provide a wide range of services to visually impaired people and their carers. These include professional rehabilitation and low vision services, a well-stocked resource centre providing equipment and professional advice and community support, focusing on social inclusion.
www.surreywebsight.org.uk
Email SAVI by clicking here.
SAVI Rentwood, School Lane, Fetcham, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 9JX.
Telephone: 01372 361517

Royal Association for Deaf people is a deaf-led organisation. They promote the welfare and interests of deaf people. They believe deaf people should receive the same access and opportunities as hearing people. They mainly support deaf people whose first or preferred language is British Sign Language (BSL) but also work with people with all forms of deafness including those who are hard of hearing, deafened, or deafblind. Their services cover advice, advocacy and employment support.
www.royaldeaf.org.uk
Email RAD by clicking here.
316 High Street, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 1QX.
Telephone: 01306 881958

Workplace Disability Adjustments offer guidance, advice & support in all areas of disability issues in the workplace. They can also carry out workplace assessments, access audits, dispute resolution, employer risk management, employee advocacy, and legal reporting etc on all matters relating in managing disability in the workplace.
www.disability-adjustments.co.uk
Email WDA by clicking here.
79 Knollmead, Tolworth, Surrey, KT5 9QR.
Telephone 020 8337 9122

Yateley Industries for the Disabled, Mill Lane, Yateley, Hants
GU46 7TF. Telephone: 01252 872337.

Yateley Industries support people with learning disabilities, mild mental health issues and physical disabilities. Referrals can either come through the DEAs at the JobCentre (they have 70 WorkChoice places) or people can self-refer. Yateley carry out packaging and assembly work in their factory for mainstream companies and also have retail and catering opportunities in their cafe and gallery.

They have residential accommodation which requires local authority funding which is required for the support that is provided 24/7. Service users do not have to be Hampshire residents. More information can be found in this attachment.

www.yateleyindustries.co.uk