Case Study - Russ

I’m Russ. I’ve lived with epilepsy and benign essential tremor for most of my life. However, I consider myself very fortunate because...

CASE STUDY - Deborah

Hi, my name is Deborah, and I’ve been a client of PCAS for almost 3 years.
Life brings many challenges, and we all live with them and cope with them as best we can. In my case...

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Please note we are temporarily unable to accept new referrals due to the number of people awaiting help.

Our advocates and staff have been working as hard as possible during these difficult times with the limited resources available.

Covid-19

We are working towards resuming normal service where possible.

With the protection of our staff and clients as the most critical task at hand.

If you have a visit from one of our advocates scheduled and have any symptoms of COVID-19, please inform us immediately.

A free to use, 100% independent and confidential advocacy service.

Or to put it simply… we are here to help adults with any disability to maintain independence and improve their quality of life.
We’ll guide, support, and help protect vulnerable adults with disabilities.
PCAS - Here when you need us.

WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM OUR FRIENDS

As an independent charity, with no government subsidies, our work in the community is only made possible by the generous contributions of a handful of benefactors. Sadly, the increase in demand for ...
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FEELING THE LOVE…

We are delighted that Richard Burbidge and their sister company Atkinson & Kirby have selected PCAS as their nominated community and charity partner for 2020. Ffion Hughes from their Marketing team explains: ...
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PCAS CELEBRATING 25 YEARS

How it all started The charity was founded in 1995 by the Shropshire Disability Consortium, providing a community based independent advocacy service for people with any disability, over the age of 18, ...
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Sadly like many, we weren't able to celebrate our 25th Anniversary in April 2020, so now we are 26 years old! We hope we can put on some fun, fund-raising events later this year. What would you suggest?bit.ly/3wxr3Hn #Shropshire #shropshire #Telford #oswestry #charity ... See MoreSee Less
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It has been difficult with no face to face meetings this year with our clients. Unfortunately, we have a long waiting list and cannot accept any new referrals but we are currently seeking new funding to expand our services and support more people.shropshirepcas.co.uk/ ... See MoreSee Less
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WHAT IS INDEPENDENT ADVOCACY?At some point in our lives, most of us will need an Advocate. You may need help to make a difficult phone call, write a letter, or someone to attend with you at a difficult meeting. In many cases, the Advocate is a friend or family member, or it may be a nurse or social worker. But what if you don’t have any of these people to help or they are part of the problem? This is where independent Advocacy can help. ... See MoreSee Less
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We are pleased to hold the Advocacy QPM Award as well as the Charity Excellence Framework Performance Mark. It is important that our work not only valued by our clients but also meets the high standards demanded by these two bodies #shropshire #Telford #disability #charity ... See MoreSee Less
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We are pleased to once again be awarded the Advocacy QPM Award for the service we provide.

If you would like to learn more about the QPM Click Here

We are pleased to be awarded the Charity Excellence Framework Performance Mark for the service we provide.

If you would like to learn more about the CEF Performance Mark Click Here

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01691 658 008 | email: simon@shropshirepcas.co.uk

Registered office:
Suite 1, 
The Willow Tree,
Willow Street,
Oswestry,
Shropshire,
SY11 1AJ

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