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Trendsetters is a project run by Scope for young disabled people.
There are other people like you out there. Knowing you’re not the only one helps!
We’re all individuals but have become Trendsetters to share information and ideas. We talk about good and bad things that are happening in our lives and have lots of fun!
If you are 10 to 18 years old, becoming a Trendsetter lets you:
Find out how to join Trendsetters.
The Trendsetters project started out as a pilot in late 2009 because Scope kept hearing about disabled young people feeling isolated, different, left out, angry and not understood. We were asked for information specifically for children and young people, and realised that we didn’t have a service that met the needs of this age group, 10 to 18 year olds.
Take a look at the Trendsetters blog to see what we have done over the years.
We're grateful for Children in Need and Rank Foundation funding to develop the Trendsetters project.
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