Parents In Partnership, Croydon

Parents In Partnership, Croydon

Charity information

Parents In Partnership, Croydon

PIP tackles isolation that can be part of having a disabled child & empowers parent-carers by:
-enabling parents to share experiences;
-providing meaningful & correct information to understand & navigate the complex system of education, social care & health;
-providing individual, targeted support & advocacy at difficult stages of families lives;
-offering training, workshops & events that up-skill & unite parents;
-representing collective views at strategic meetings to improve local services

Founded 2001

  • Mission statement

    At Parents in Partnership, Croydon we offer opportunities to empower parent carers and to encourage them to speak up for themselves, realise their potential and improve their quality of life.

  • Aims

    Parents In Partnership, Croydon aims to:

    • We work in partnership with a diverse range of families in Croydon to ensure the best possible access to information, support, services & training via effective collaboration with local services.
    • Our aim is to offer opportunities to parent carers and to motivate them to speak up for themselves, realise their potential and improve their quality of life.
    • At the heart of what we do is an unwavering belief in the importance of families leading happy, fulfilled lives.
    • Our inclusive work reflects our values: being independent, parent-carer led, professional, confidential, inclusive, respectful, outcomes focused, accountable, representative & parent-carer specialist
  • Overview

    Established: August 2001

    Registered Charity Number: 1092969

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 6

    Phone number: 02086635626

    Address: Parents in Partnership, 24-26 George Street CR0 1PB

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