Latest news from the Learning Disability and Autism Information Hub

System Approaches To Obesity for people with a learning disability

We and Active Prospects will be coming together on the 23 May to discuss approaches to obesity for people with a learning disability.

Join them to hear from guest speakers, create a shared vision statement, launch the version that will be submitted to public health England, and agree on Action leads and organisational commitment.

The venue will be Woodhatch Place, 11 Cockshot Hill, Woodhatch, Reigate, RH2, 8EF

Time: 10am until 3pm

For more details contact:

Surrey Choices Bulletin

Surrey choices April feature is about the evolution of Travel Training at Surrey Choices and the impact it has made for some of the people we support. Take a look at the April 2022 Surrey Choices Bulletin.

Surrey Together webtool activities for people with learning disabilities

Active Prospects have created a webtool for people with learning disabilities and/or their support workers to see what activities or events are available to them in Surrey. The webtool has been developed in partnership with Leonard Cheshire Disability and Reason Digital, and is based on the Together As One tool, which was originally developed by Leonard Cheshire in Wales and is now being rolled out in other areas of the UK. The webtool has been made possible by funding from Surrey County Council, and is free to use for providers and users.

If you would like more information on the webtool or how you can get involved, please contact

Arc hike is back! Every Wednesday

Starting in May 2022 Arc hike will be back every Wednesday at 1pm. The 2 hour hike will take you through some of the most beautiful paths in the UK. It is specially designed to allow people of all abilities to enjoy there day in the most picturesque areas of Sussex, Surrey and Kent. Each session involves walking, games and a break for a meal and a drink. Map reading exercises and basic survival skills.

Get in touch to book

Telephone: 01293 344620


Please find below videos produced by SABP explaining Dementia and how services can support. As you will see they are aimed at both people with Learning Disability and their care staff.

Baseline Dementia Assessment (for anyone with Down's syndrome who is now over 30 to capture them at their best level of functioning)

View on YouTube

View on YouTube

Concerns Dementia Assessment (for anyone either with Down's syndrome or non-Down's syndrome where there are concerns about a change/decline in the person. This can be an initial assessment or a follow-up)

View on YouTube

View on YouTube