Never has a coffee and gingerbread man tasted so good!
PiP are back delivering community visits with our students, adults with learning disabilities and autism and supporting them to reintegrate into their local communities.
Danny, PiP student pictured above, has been shielding since October due to a change in government guidelines that recommended people with Down's Syndrome stay home. Danny is super sociable and really misses being out and about. Since we've started visits he has been to the pub for lunch with his friend Marcio and their keyworker and been going on walks in the local area.
He is delighted to be back out supporting local businesses with his hard-earned money from his job as being one of our PiP Receptionists.
PiP joins Work for Good AND gets ready to open up again
PiP supports adults with learning disabilities and autism - some of the vulnerable and marginalised people during this pandemic.
Adults with learning disabilities learn differently and during 'normal times' we deliver our learning and development sessions face to face.
Since March 2020, we've been delivering differently and providing our services online. We've been impressed with our students' resilience and adaptability. They are now Zoom pros!
As lockdown eases, we are getting ready to deliver restricted bubbles at our centres in Westminster and staff and students cannot wait to be back together.
If you'd like to learn more about our work and how you can get involved, please get in touch with Samantha Dodd, Fundraising Manager.