Realityworks Appoints Fundacja Po Drugie as RealCare Distributor for Poland
Educators in Poland will have access to experiential education simulators and support through a new local distributor.
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. USA May 12, 2016 – Realityworks®, Inc. has signed an agreement with Fundacja Po Drugie to become a distributor of Realityworks programs in Poland. Fundacja Po Drugie will join the established network of distributors that partner with Realityworks to help expand on the company’s current 90 country reach. With the help of distributors, Realityworks has reached over six million students with their experiential learning technology products.
The partnership with Fundacja Po Drugie grants them representation of the Realityworks’ RealCare® program. The program includes the world famous RealCare Baby® infant simulator, as well as simulators for shaken baby syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome, drug-affected infants, premature infants and a Pregnancy Profile® vest. These realistic hands-on tools, with included comprehensive curricula, are mainly used in educational settings to raise awareness of teen pregnancy, teach childcare career skills, prevent child abuse and address the consequences of actions taken during pregnancy.
Fundacja Po Drugie will assist educational centers, schools, and social center and implement the RealCare program through many projects, including the international project “Positive Parenting” in which organizations from throughout the European Union are cooperatively working together to create educational programs for specialists through the use of Realityworks products.
“We have worked with Realityworks products since 2012 when we launched the project When I stay MOTHER/ FATHER,” stated Agnieszka Sikora, CEO of Fundacja Po Drugie. “We know that the products are effective and we firmly believe that through these learning tools we can work together to build a better world and a better future for Polish families.”
“Realityworks products are present in over 90 countries around the world, and we are excited to now have Polish distributor, Fundacja Po Drugie, join our network,” stated Timm Boettcher, President of Realityworks. “They have worked with our products in the past, giving them knowledge to be instrumental in distributing resources to impact the youth in their area.”
For more information about Realityworks programs in the Poland, contact Fundacja Po Drugie at http://www.podrugie.pl/ as well as +693 90 40 44.
About Fundacja Po Drugie
Fundacja Po Drugie is a non-government organization based in Warsaw, Poland. Since its inception five years ago, the organization has worked all over Poland to re-socialize and educate young people from correctional facilities, educational youth centers and those in foster care, as well as within Polish schools.
They address young people by focusing on building their social skills, including parenting and caregiver training. Fundacja Po Drugie’s goal is to involve young people in decision-making process, building its citizenship and preventing social exclusion.
About Realityworks, Inc. Established over 20 years ago to better address parenting skills, teen pregnancy prevention, child abuse and neglect through educational products, Realityworks, Inc. is dedicated to creating experiential learning tools that engage students while improving the human condition. Most famous for their RealCare Baby infant simulator (formerly known as Baby Think it Over or BTIO), Realityworks has developed several other programs over the last decade that address career preparation areas like business management, finance and entrepreneurship, and RealCareer® Welding Solutions line including the guideWELD™ VR welding simulator and guideWELD™ LIVE real welding guidance system used during arc welding. With products in 62 percent of U.S. school districts and programs in more than 90 countries around the world, Realityworks has made a worldwide impact. For more information, visit www.realityworks.com, or call toll-free 800-830-1416.
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Janelle Krause Realityworks Public Relations and Event Specialist