In the past 3 years George has represented Whizz-Kidz at over 28 separate events including speaking at 12 awareness and 5 fundraising events. In the past 12 months George met with the Prime Minister to discuss wheelchair reform, chaired a seminar at the Council for Disabled Children and spoke at the House of Commons to launch Whizz-Kidz' report about paediatric mobility reform. Following this, paediatric mobility was announced as one of the 8 key areas that patients can choose their own provider. George is on the Kidz Board, our user consultant body, in which he represents the views of over 300 disabled children in the South East of England having never missed a quarterly meeting. He has been involved in 4 consultations which have informed the work of Whizz-Kidz. . . George spent the whole 10 week summer holiday period on work placements that helped improve the lives of hundreds of disabled children including one at head office where he phoned over 200 disabled young people, persuading them to attend our youth clubs to learn new skills and reduce the isolation many experience. George also helped do an accessibility audit at insurance firm, Lockton, where he met senior management, securing a 6 week paid placement, helping to identify training needs amongst staff and how the company can encourage applications from disabled candidates. As a result Lockton's offered Whizz-Kidz further work experience placements for more disabled young people to gain vital paid work experience. .