Parasol's unique inclusiveness
Full and effective participation and inclusion in society is one of the key principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Person with Disabilities. The Parasol Project is an Oxford based charity committed to redressing the balance for disabled and disadvantaged children and young people experiencing, or at risk of, social exclusion.
Parasol has been running inclusive activities since 1992 and have been a registered charity since 1996.
Parasol work with over 300 disabled and non-disabled children and young people from Oxford City and beyond.
We recruit and train a team of support workers who handle care needs, deal with challenging behaviour and run activities.
What is Parasol?
Parasol has been running inclusive activities since 1992. Parasol works with over 300 disabled and non-disabled children and young people from Oxford City and beyond.About us
One of the unique things about The Parasol Project is its emphasis on inclusion. We offer an action-packed programme of activities for children and young people aged 5-19yrs.Activities
We are always looking for passionate individuals wishing to gain valuable experience working with disabled and non-disabled children and young people. Click here to find out more.Volunteer
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If you have a child or young person you would like to refer to our service, or you are interested becoming a volunteer or enabler, please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you!Contact us
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