We are proud to announce our first webinar on 'The Routes to Diagnosis' with Gill Dixon!
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Today we are pleased to announce that we are launching our brand new 'Friends of Dyspraxia' monthly donation scheme - via direct debit! https://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/shopping/friend-of-dyspraxia/ Demand for our services ...
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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 ...
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Dyspraxia Foundation Webinars - 20th September 2017
The Dyspraxia Foundation are proud to announce our first webinar. Our webinars will be a way to listen, learn and chat with real experts in the field of dyspraxia/DCD . We will share our experience, our knowledge and our advice with you all in a friendly and informative way and host a Question and Answers session to involve you in the topic being discussed. Taking place on Wednesday 20th September, with Gill Dixon. Our first webinar will be looking at ‘The Routes to Diagnosis, Pathways & Pitfalls’ and will be covering areas such as:
- Importance of preparation
- Importance of medical input
- Who can diagnose
- The people involved and what they do
- The frustrations
- The reports and what they mean
- Live Q&A Session
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Our webinars will be a way to listen, learn and chat with real experts in the field of dyspraxia/DCD . We will share our experience, our knowledge and our advice with you all in a friendly and informative way and host a Question and Answers session to involve you in the topic being discussed.
We are proud that so many people are taking part, spreading dyspraxia awareness, this Sunday in Parallel London. If you haven’t heard Parallel London is the first fully-inclusive mass participation event, taking place around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London, with a variety of distances in the accessible fun run, 10km, 5km, 1km and 100m with an sensory 1km too!
Dyspraxia Awareness Week 8th – 14th October 2017
We are carrying out a survey to explore teachers’ and teaching assistants’ understanding of dyspraxia/developmental coordination disorder (DCD) and how this affects children’s learning opportunities at school. You can complete this survey if you are a teacher or teaching assistant at a school in the UK. We will share findings from this survey and will also be launching new resources to support primary-aged children with dyspraxia/DCD during Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2017. Thank you for completing this survey!