Score a Friend [web resource]
Sarah Greichen came up with the idea for Score A Friend at age 13 when she wanted her twin brother, who has an autism spectrum disorder, to have the same opportunities she enjoyed as a teenager in school. She began a mission to ensure her brother – and students of all abilities – could build friendships and experience authentic inclusion at school and in communities.Score a Friend’s mission is to build Unified Clubs in schools, supporting the education and activation of youth leaders to advance inclusion in the world for youth of all abilities. Score A Friend Clubs are youth-led clubs that provide opportunities to youth of all abilities to open up their worlds, face fears, break boundaries, experience exploration, new challenges, possibilities, and camaraderie.
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