As of 18th March 2020, we had to close our PiP centres for the safety of students and staff. In response to the current situation, we have set up an online timetable with a variety of creative and educational sessions. We are very pleased with our student’s engagement and with the great feedback, we have received from parents and carers so far.
We are current offering our students and our community:
- A choice from 22 hours of online sessions every week.
- The opportunity to keep in contact with their keyworkers through video meetings, phone calls, emails and texts.
- Weekly virtual socials where students can have fun and chat to each other.
- Virtual parents evenings; so we can understand how to best support families and carers during this difficult time.
- A compilation of videos, teaching resources and activities ideas over our social media channels.
- Virtual volunteering opportunities for our partners and supporters so they can share their experiences with our students and learn more about learning disabilities and autism.
Resources for families and carers
PiP recognises that these are challenging times for parents and carers and that it is important to keep informed and look after our wellbeing.
We have put together a list of useful information and resources which we hope are helpful at this time.
For more activities ideas, please do reach out to your PiP Key Worker.
For the latest on COVID-19, please check Public Health England for reliable updates.
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.