Meet some of our Franchisees as they explain what it's like to own your own business, whilst being part of a thriving community.
The Inclusion Project is a multi-award-winning innovative initiative that promotes a healthy, social and active lifestyle for adults with Learning Disabilities. The emphasis is for Participants to be included into the local community.
Post education life can be an abyss for people with Learning Disabilities, it can be difficult to find activities during week days that will facilitate the lifestyle that young adults desire. The Inclusion Project is set to solve this issue.
The Inclusion Project began officially in January 2016 and unofficially many year before that, in that small space of time we have supported over 500 people with Learning Disabilities over 8 Counties in the South of England, become a member of the British Franchise Association, Registered and Regulated by the Care Quality Commission on our flag ship Franchise, won multiple awards and have franchised our service to 15 profitable Franchisees.
Our vision is to offer our excellent level of care and community inclusion to all that will benefit from it and have it be the default level of care available to people with Learning Disabilities. We want to give people the opportunity to operate their own The Inclusion Project business and enjoy making a difference in people’s lives as well as making living.
Full in-person training on everything you will need to know to operate a successful franchise.
Online Booking System, Online Finance Software and access to our Inclusion Project Online File Storage System
Invoices, paying staff, reconciliation and more.
Training on strategy and how we use marketing as a tool to engage, attract and maintain clients. Marketing collateral, and more.
Access to our QCS Policies for your Franchise, so you can rest easy knowing that everything is covered.
Continued support post training to ensure that your Franchise is a success.
Own a franchise of The Inclusion Project is a unique and exciting opportunity to be part of something that is really achieving what it set out to do - community inclusion for people with Learning Disabilities.