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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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.
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How the Pandemic has Affected our Advocacy Service

Coronavirus disrupted our service considerably over the last year. New rules have come in, lockdowns imposed and lifted and we have seen a great increase in social isolation, Mental Health needs have ...
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We all experience anxiety, it's a normal reaction to certain situations and helps us respond. It is often said that the right amount of anxiety can help us deal with problems, improve ...
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Vulnerable people often don't have the ability to make decisions or they find it hard to have their voices heard when decisions are being made about their lives. Big decisions, important decisions, ...
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Read our latest blog about how despite the pandemic, we have continued delivering our service during 2020/21 and the ever-growing need for our ... See MoreSee Less
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Meet Russ, he got to a point in his life when his self-confidence was at its lowest and he felt let down and alone and struggling to cope. This is where Shropshire PCAS stepped in and helped Russ live confidently and independently and get back to singing! ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy World Friendship Day!Our disabled clients often have mental health issues or communication difficulties and so find it particularly hard to get out to the usual places that you make friends. So be kind today to everyone and remember that disabilities are often invisible. ... See MoreSee Less
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New team pic for 2021!A massive thanks to all our wonderful staff for their hard work this year!Jackie, Maura, Wendy, Lynne and Ann are our advocates. Glenda is our assistant manager and the thorn amongst the roses (sorry Simon..) is our manager, Simon. #shropshire #disability ... See MoreSee Less
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WHAT IS INDEPENDENT ADVOCACY?At some point in our lives, most of us will need an Advocate. But what happens if you don’t have a friend or family member to help or they are part of the problem? This is where independent Advocacy can help.#Shropshire #Telford #Charity #Disability ... See MoreSee Less
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