Due to the public health emergency presented by Coronavirus (Covid-19) PiP centre is closed to students until further notice.
We continue to support our students in the best way we can. We have quickly set up an online service in response to the current situation. See more information here.
Students, parents or carers: If you have any questions please contact your key worker or a PiP manager.
Social Workers, commissioners, suppliers or other agencies involved in our students’ support: If you have any queries please contact PiP Head of Services and Development Rick Jensen on 07818 518 945 or PiP Service Manager Adam Pearson on 07824 990 472.
We will keep all students, families and carers informed throughout this period and we hope to see you all very soon.
Introduction to PiP
Supporting adults with learning disabilities to achieve their potential
PIP – Pursuing Independent Paths – extends independence and choice to people with learning disabilities.
We are committed to encouraging and empowering people with disabilities to reach their full potential.
PIP offers a flexible and dynamic range of services, including accredited training and education, travel training, independent living skills, social and emotional development, employment skills and work placements, and support into mainstream education.
All of PIP’s activities focus on promoting choice, participation and independence.
What PIP students have to say
50% of PIP's funding comes through voluntary contributions. Please donate to help us continue our high quality work with adults with learning disabilities