Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2018

Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2018

Join us for a week of important awareness, starting on Sunday 7th October! Click for more information.

Dyspraxia Youth Blogs!

Dyspraxia Youth Blogs!

We've launched Dyspraxia Youth Blogs! Check out the blogs exclusively on our youth website!

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New series of Doctor Who reveals character with Dyspraxia

As initially reported by entertainment website DigitalSpy the new season of Doctor Who has a character with Dyspraxia. The first episode of the new series, 'The ...

Join us to celebrate our 30th Anniversary!

Join us to celebrate our 30th Anniversary!

It's time to get involved in a year long celebration for #Dyspraxia30! Click for more information.

Dyspraxia Foundation Membership 2018-19

Dyspraxia Foundation Membership 2018-19

Join us for the next 12 months via Direct Debit or PayPal! Click to find out more and join us today!

Support Dyspraxia by donating a small monthly amount

Support Dyspraxia by donating a small monthly amount

Become a 'Friend of Dyspraxia' and donate a small monthly amount to the Dyspraxia Foundation to help support our causes to raise awareness of the ...

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Dyspraxia Foundation Unity Lottery

We are very happy to announce the start of the Dyspraxia Foundation Unity Lottery! We've partnered with Unity, the nation's charity lottery, to offer you the ...

Donate for free whilst doing your usual online shop!

Donate for free whilst doing your usual online shop!

Whilst shopping online remember your purchases can donate for FREE to support the Dyspraxia Foundation.

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Donate whilst shopping with The Able Label

We are delighted to be working alongside ‘The Able Label’; a fashion retailer with a range of clothes especially designed to help with a variety ...

Contact us on 01462 454986

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.



Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2018

This week is Dyspraxia Awareness Week! Click the image above and get involved with #Dyspraxia18!

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Dyspraxia Foundation - 30th Anniversary Appeal!

Join us in celebrating our 30th Anniversary by raising funds for #Dyspraxia30!

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Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2018 – Thank You!

Eleanor Howes, CEO and Sophie Kayani, Chair of Trustees would like to thank our members and supporters for making Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2018 such a great success. Our focus during the week was specifically on the teenage years and their mental health. We saw some very moving case studies shared and were contacted by many people thanking us for sharing. Thanks goes to the parents and teenagers who were willing to highlight their stories, it’s not always easy to be so honest and open. We were extremely lucky that media coverage increased dramatically this year due to the co-incidence of the new Doctor Who series featuring a character, Ryan who has dyspraxia/DCD. This has given us the platform to increase awareness amongst the general public and improve understanding of the condition, which can only be a good thing. ...read more

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Dyspraxia Awareness Week – Day 8 – BBC Breakfast

To extend Dyspraxia Awareness, this morning trustee Sally Payne and youth member Ben, appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss Dyspraxia and Doctor Who! Thank you to the BBC for providing us with the clip which you can watch below: ...read more

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Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2018: Alfie – A letter to the Teachers

Alfie Aged 14 –  A letter To The Teachers

Dear Teachers,

I thought it would be helpful to let you know a bit about me and my experience of dyspraxia because dyspraxia can be hard to understand unless you have read a lot about it, or know someone with it.  And because everyone is different. ...read more

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