Don't Delay! Join the Dyspraxia Foundation Today!
December Offer: Join us in December and you won't have to renew until 2018!
For every new membership bought in December you will not have to renew until 1st April 2018! Join us to support our work and help us raise awareness and improve understanding of dyspraxia. Simply buy a membership at our online shop and add your voice to ours. Benefits include a dedicated area of the website for info sheets and films, ebook, past copies of journals, discount at the online shop and events plus monthly updates with news, stories, hints and tips. You can join from less than £3 a month!
The Dyspraxia Foundation is dedicated to increasing understanding of dyspraxia. We need to make sure that every child with dyspraxia has their special educational and social needs identified as early as possible. Only then can remedial action be taken to reduce the effects of this condition on the child and on their entire family.
The Foundation is financed entirely through donations and through our member's subscriptions. The more support we have, the more we are able to support the tens of thousands of people who have the condition.
The benefits of joining
- Join other members who support each other!
- Receive regular newsletters and information!
- Keep up to date with medical developments and treatments for dyspraxia!
- The chance to attend conferences and other events run by the Foundation!
- Know that your membership creates resources for raising awareness of dyspraxia!
You can join the Dyspraxia Foundation from as little as £3 a month! The easiest way is to visit our online shop and pay online to join!
Alternatively you can download fill in a membership form which can be faxed or posted to us. Alternatively a Membership Standing Order Form can be completed or you can send in a a cheque with the membership form.
The membership year runs from 1st April to 31st March and is renewable annually. Members joining after 1st January will not be asked to renew their membership in the same calendar year.