Preparing for Adulthood

Surrey County Council’s Preparing for Adulthood programme helps young people with additional needs and disabilities to move in to adulthood by providing them with information about the options, pathways and support available.

The User Voice and Participation team support the Preparing for Adulthood programme to run a monthly user engagement group aimed at children and young people aged 14-25 with additional needs and disabilities. The group is run virtually on Zoom and is a chance for young people to have their say on the services that help them in their move towards adulthood. If you are interested in being part of this group please contact

Surrey County Council is currently designing a new Preparing for Adulthood brochure to provide young people with additional needs and disabilities and their families information to help them move into adulthood. They want to get young people’s views on the brochure and get them to help design it.

If you are interested in helping with this, Surrey is hosting a number of sessions across the county and virtually that you can go along to and give your feedback. Please find details of the sessions below.

All sessions will be held 17:00-19:00

Tuesday 1st March: Parkhouse, Leatherhead

Wednesday 9th March: Woodhatch Place, Reigate

Tuesday 15th March: Guildford Nursery School and Family Centre

Wednesday 23rd March: Surrey History Centre, Woking

Monday 28th March: virtual session, Zoom

If you are interested in attending, please complete the short form, linked here

For any further information, please contact: