Frank Williams Academy, transforming the lives of spinal cord injured (SCI) people through education, training, research and development.
SCI is life-changing, but it needn’t be life-limiting.
Frank Williams was paralysed in a car accident aged 44 but went on to become one of the most recognised and respected people in Formula 1. Many others paralysed by SCI, don’t get the chance to live a fulfilled life with hope, purpose and dignity. Frank knew that and supported us to change the situation.
By building the Frank Williams Academy around four principles, we can help everyone affected by spinal cord injury to rebuild their lives. These are:
• Healthcare professional training
• Patient education
• Research and development
• Policy and Practice
Each of these link to our 2030 strategy plans.