Our vision is to live in a world where people with learning disabilities and autism are valued for their skills and talents and able to do all the things non-disabled people take for granted – like having a job, like having their voices heard, like living independently.
By valued we mean able to participate in society in whatever way they want.
We think that a world with diverse voices is a better world.
At PiP, we do what we do because:
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