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Whether you’re supporting people or working at one of our offices, a career with Choice Support is always a good choice.

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Choice Support is a social care charity working across much of England to provide the best possible support to people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs.

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It is very important for me to work. It’s a part of my life. Charlotte

We support people with disabilities to get into work.

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PWS Matthew Hillary Rd outside
I love my independence, and going out on my own whenever I like. Matthew

Matthew lived at home with his Mum before moving into his new home. Now he shares with a friend and couldn't be happier.

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PWS Ian plays his ukulele
You can see on his face how much he loves it and enjoys performing in public. Tracy, Ian's supporter

Music is a massive part of Ian’s life. If he’s not performing at social clubs or at church, he’s doing shows at the Royal Albert Hall!

Supported Loving Meets Bps 2

Supported Loving meets the BPS

Published on 28.05.2019
by Dr Claire Bates

Supported Loving and 2BU, a LBGTQ+ social group for adults with learning disabilities, present powerful first-hand accounts to the British Psychological Society (BPS).

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Experimenting with sound

Published on 02.05.2019
by Lorna Slee, Quality Compliance Officer, Choice Support

Four people we support have created “an amazing experimental sound landscape” in response to the archive sounds collection at the British Library. 

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Just support me to lead an ordinary life

Published on 05.04.2019
by Dr Claire Bates

Dr Claire Bates congratulates Stay Up Late on their ‘Unordinary Conference’

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