Purple Advisory Care
Purple Advisory Care are a small team based in West Oxfordshire. We pride ourselves on offering a person and family centred service, that is inclusive for all. We work hard to nurture growth in all our young people and adults, and build positive and trustful relationships with them, and their families.
For many years we have dreamed of offering a service for those that don’t fit the current in county services. A service that really puts the needs of the person and family at the heart of everything we do, and that is delivered with real passion and care. We’ve taken our time to make sure we that we’ve gained as much knowledge as we can (although we’re always learning) so that when we started PAC we could offer the very best.
Between us we have over 45 years collective experience working with children, young people and adults with a range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. We have a wealth of knowledge in supporting young people and adults with social, emotional and communication needs and have specialist interests in supporting those with additional mental health needs, those at crisis point and those with communication barriers… But we are here for everyone!
We have worked across many different settings, and we are able to offer support packages in the home environment, in education and in the community. We can offer both care packages and life skills education packages. We have social activities running on a weekly and monthly basis. We can support those looking for a work or volunteer placement, and those that need support getting back into education. We are also pretty good at finding the best walks, cake spots and we love a good outing to a theme park!
Alongside this we also provide opportunities for families to build their own support network through school holiday drop in sessions (open to all ages) and social support groups. Feel free to contact us to find out what we have coming up, or just for a chat and some advice.
Areas: Witney, Carterton, Burford, Eynsham, Bampton, Faringdon, Kingston Bagpuize, Charlbury, Woodstock, Kidlington
Last Updated: 24th May, 2023
Quality recognition and indicator awards
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Award or recognition:
Level 1 - 3 Autism Training
PECs and Total Communication Training
Level 1 - 3 British Sign Language
Mental Health First Aid
Positive Behaviour Support
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