Having provided expert social work and psychological services for 18 years to numerous local authorities, residential homes, independent organisations and schools, WillisPalmer has accumulated an exceptional reputation of trust and reliability in delivering high quality services.
We pride ourselves on our unprecedented network of highly trained, skilled and experienced experts, investing heavily in a robust quality assurance system to ensure our work is of the highest standard. We respond to any brief in a timely, and effective manner placing the child's best interests at the centre of everything we do.
As an independent organisation, we are not affiliated to other providers, companies or authorities and therefore our opinion and service to children and their families is entirely independent. To see what our clients have said about us, read more here.
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It is a very exciting day for us at WillisPalmer today as we are celebrating the company’s 18th birthday!
So while we can pop to the pub, vote, ride a motorbike with a licence or get a tattoo, we are having a more low key celebration with coffee and cake to mark this momentous milestone [...]
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