The first generation of people diagnosed with autism in childhood are now approaching retirement. That’s why for the first time, Surrey County Council and partners are looking at how they can best support autistic people of all ages living in Surrey. 331 more words
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Over 3,00 laptops have been provided to disadvantaged children and young people in Surrey during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Department for Education (DfE) scheme allowed for children and young people to receive laptops and internet access from government to help them keep on top of their work during lockdown. 306 more words
AUDIO: BBC Surrey interview on work that's begun to register the backlog of over 3,700 births during coronavirus
Registration Service Manager Candice Tomlinson-Smith speaks to BBC Radio Surrey to discuss the work that has begun to clear the backlog of births of over 3,700 babies born in Surrey during the coronavirus pandemic. 13 more words
Surrey County Council has worked at pace with partners to provide more emergency refuge accommodation for families escaping domestic abuse.
National demand for domestic abuse support has increased during the lockdown as people have been more isolated and less able to leave their houses for help. 793 more words
Residents who want to walk and cycle more following the lockdown will get to benefit from a planned £1.69 million investment in temporary pavements, footpaths and cycleways. 352 more words
Surrey County Council plans to start gradually reopening libraries across the county from 6 July, in line with Government guidance. The first libraries to reopen will be Camberley, Dorking, Woking, Staines, Redhill, Horley, Epsom, Egham, Oxted, Farnham, Weybridge, Godalming and Guildford. 298 more words