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THE PARKVIEW SOCIETY

 

  

Summary Mission  

The Parkview Society, through a caring, motivated and appropriately trained staff team, tailors its services to suit the needs of individuals with mental health issues, learning difficulties, housing problems and other vulnerabilities.

December 2010 - Torbay Councillors Alan and Jenny Faulkner joined Santa to present the keys to a seven-seater people carrier donated by Dr Adrian Kendal of the Sandra Allan Charitable Trust. Roy Hancock MBE, chairman of the Parkview Society, welcomed the generous donation, saying: "This is a wonderful gesture, particularly as Dr Adrian Kendal is one of our own committee members and this donation has come through his wider charitable activities.

The Parkview Society respects individual rights to privacy, autonomy and independence, seeking to develop and maximize potential in a safe, secure and homely environment.   

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Community Team’s Minibus is out and about at all times of year!

                     

Introduction 

Since the 1980’s there has been considerable growth in the services provided by the Society. There are now schemes in South, Mid and East Devon comprising residential care, group homes, individual flats, houses as well as a large amount of ‘outreach’ work for people in their own homes.  We manage over 80 units of accommodation in registered homes and supported housing.  Our visiting services in Torbay and Teignbridge support over 200 other clients. Some 80+ people are employed and the turnover is over £2 million per year.  

Castle Road Gardens

 

 

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College House residents enjoying days out 

 

The Future

The ‘Parkview Society’ will continue to build on its strengths of independence, expertise, reputation with purchasers and a strong financial base to respond to the needs of people in need of support. It will also meet requests from the statutory agencies for the provision of support and care and seek to be pro-active, by influencing support and care provided. 

George celebrates his birthday at College House

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Contact Information

Telephone
01626 332630
FAX
01626 332630
Postal address
35a Highweek Village, Highweek, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 1QG
Electronic mail
General Information: email@parkviewsociety.org.uk
 

 

 

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 New Development Opportunities  

Recent Developments (2010/11 Annual Report) 

   Service Aims               

Training Courses & Meeting Room Facilities in Newton Abbot  

Looking For Accommodation Placement/Services?  (NEW) Friends of Parkview

Guide to Membership     Organisation Chart  

 

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Last modified: May 10, 2012