A rare opportunity to come join us at the Dyspraxia Foundation has become available. We are looking for a fundraising coordinator to work in partnership ...
We are pleased to announce a brand new conference for Friday 3rd March 2017. The new location is the Keepmoat Stadium, home of Doncaster Rovers! An ...
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The Dyslexia / SpLD Support Project is funded by the Department for Education and will run until 31st March 2017. It is led by the British Dyslexia ...
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2017 Conference: ‘Dyspraxia/DCD Through the Ages’
Friday 3rd March 2017, at Doncaster Rovers Keepmoat Stadium. An opportunity to find out more about dyspraxia/DCD through the ages. Talks include practical strategies from Gill Dixon, Barbara Hunter and new Patron, Stephanie Guidera.
For more information and the booking form please visit our conference page.
Our helpline is open to help you!
Call: 01462 454986
Our helpline is available to help you with problems and issues you may encounter; offering help and advice to people with dyspraxia, parents, carers and families about or on the subject of dyspraxia. Our helpline is available Monday to Friday, 9 am to 1 pm.
Job: Fundraising Coordinator
A rare opportunity to come join us at the Dyspraxia Foundation has become available. We are looking for a fundraising coordinator to work in partnership with the Chief Executive and the Fundraising Committee to coordinate, manage and expand the existing fundraising programme covering large grant applications, trust funds and community fundraising, and to contribute to the delivery of the Fundraising Strategy.
Identify, develop new opportunities, co-ordinate and be responsible for generating the fundraising income in support of the Dyspraxia Foundation core operations as well as for specific projects which will enhance and improve the wellbeing of those with dyspraxia/DCD.
Help us continue to help you! Support us in 2017!
Our appeal has now finished, and we are glad to announce that thanks to your generous support we have raised £20,111!
The fundraising never stops, so for us to continue to offer help, support and advice for dyspraxia you can continue to get involved. Visit our Fundraising Pages for ideas and remember you can continue to raise money for us by simply searching the Internet or by booking a table for your weekend meal! You can also get involved by running a marathon, holding a cake sale or whatever your creative mind tells you!
Without your help we simply won’t be able to bring you dyspraxia awareness, including this moving video from our Dyspraxia Youth group – filmed and edited totally by the talented individuals of our youth group!
How can you help!
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Essential reading for parents/carers of children who have dyspraxia/DCD, for parents/carers of children who are waiting for an assessment, and for parents/carers who are concerned about their child’s motor/organisational development and who want to do something ‘while they wait’ for professional assessment or support.
Yesterday, ITV News Yorkshire played out a video on dyspraxia! Including an apperance from our very own trustee Gill Dixon!
‘Growing up, I got the sense that people thought I was a bit slow – they thought he’s not quite as smart or clever as everyone else. Even though I am.’
Today is #TimetoTalk day, a national day by Time to Change (http://www.time-to-change.org.uk/) asking everyone to talk about mental health. The Dyspraxia Foundation believes that the views of people with and affected by dyspraxia/DCD are important. In 2016, feedback from a consultation by the Dyspraxia Foundation with young adults with dyspraxia found;