The Back-Up Trust Under-18s Project

$981 $84,019
Raised Remaining
Mar 5, 2012

Schools Inclusion Toolkit is being developed!

Back Up U-18s wheelchair skills training course
Back Up U-18s wheelchair skills training course

Dear Supporters,

Back Up's first ever Schools Inclusion Toolkit is currently on track to be released at the beginning of next financial year in May 2012.  Our new, inclusive education toolkit will provide free, online resources for spinal cord injured children and young people to ensure they have the opportunity to be fully included in all aspects of mainstream education. 

It will draw together and compile existing resources, networks and experiences into one central place.  The toolkit will be promoted to a wide audience, including spinal cord injured young people and their families, spinal centres, related third sector organisations, and local and national government bodies. 

Everyone should have the opportunity to have an education, no matter their background or life situation!

Thank you so much for your continued support.

The Back Up team


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Micah Jorrisch

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London, United Kingdom

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