PIP supports 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.
PIP Artwork featured in The Guardian
PIP partnered with Collyer Bristow to display original art works at their gallery throughout the month of February. A reception was held to celebrate the creativity of PIP students.
Hope Springs Charity Concert
Tuesday 18 March, Cadogan Hall
A fundraiser hosted by Miller Philanthropy, with performances from Misha B, Escala, Reeps One, and The Choir With No Name.
Special Performance by Autistic Savant Derek Paravicini.
PIP’s Theatre Company will also be previewing its Darkness Comes To Kingdom Castle Performance.
PIP Theatre Company performance – V&A museum
Saturday 29th March 2014
‘Darkness Comes to Kingdom Castle’
Enjoy an original production devised and delivered by PIP performers. This exciting blend of music, movement, imagery and storytelling will weave together unique characters and fictional lives inspired by the V&A’s collections.
For info and tickets contact PIP or visit the V&A’s website here.