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FixEd programme challenges young people to solve real problems

by Futures Centre, Jul 26
1 minute read

FixEd is a free learning program designed to provide young people, called Fixperts, with valuable real-world experience and feedback, while also providing solutions to people who need them.


For example, a person with reduced hand mobility was able to write again after being delivered a FixPert-engineered and produced writing tool. From custom harnesses for parents of autistic children, to a bespoke handle for an arthritic dumpling chef, FixED claims to have provided more than 450 “ingenious, generous, and inspiring fixes…”.


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