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This has been sent in from the SEND Implementation Team at the Department for Education.
In December 2018 the Secretary of State announced our intention to hold a call for evidence on the current funding arrangements for those with special educational needs, those with disabilities, and those who require alternative provision.
Sadly, Mark Robinson has decided to step down as our Adult Representative on the Board of Trustees for the time being due to his heavy workload. However, Mark is keen to continue to work with the charity to support adults with dyspraxia and will be giving the closing talk at our popular AGM and Annual Conference in London on Saturday, 22nd June.
All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dyspraxia/DCD
In order to increase awareness of this condition within Government and Whitehall, the Dyspraxia Foundation will be launching an APPG. An APPG is an informal cross-party group run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords. An APPG offers smaller charities in particular a great way to engage and build relationships with MPs and peers. They work both as means of harnessing the energy and commitment of parliamentarians with a specific interest in an issue and as a focus to recruit new parliamentary supporters to a cause. It also gives the causes added credibility and validity, the fact Parliamentarians are speaking on a particular issue.