Dyspraxia in Adults a neglected and hidden disability

Dyspraxia in adults: a neglected and hidden disability

Third of Adults seeking an assessment for dyspraxia were told that their GP could not helpCampaign calls for equality of access to diagnostic assessments for ...

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Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2019

Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2019

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Introducing Amazon Smile

I'm sure many of our visitors and supporters shop online, many of you probably use Amazon! We can now announce that we've been added to ...

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Dyspraxia Foundation Membership 2019-20

Dyspraxia Foundation Membership 2019-20

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Unity Lottery!

Unity Lottery!

Why spend extra to play the lottery? Spend £1, win up to £25,000 and support the Dyspraxia Foundation!

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Dyspraxia in Adults a neglected and hidden disability

Dyspraxia in adults: a neglected and hidden disability

Posted by Matt Devonshire on Oct 7, 20191
Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2019

Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2019

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Introducing Amazon Smile

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Dyspraxia Foundation Membership 2019-20

Dyspraxia Foundation Membership 2019-20

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Unity Lottery!

Unity Lottery!

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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.



You Did It!!

You smashed it! You absolutely smashed our aim to raise £30,000 for 30 years! Huge thanks to all those who raised funds from cake sales, running, cycling, swimming, sky diving, hiking, fantasy football, giving up alcohol and even a rickshaw challenge from Goa to Mumbai and an ever increasing number of birthday donations on Facebook. We are delighted to announce that, with your help we reached an amazing £31,654.34 as we closed the appeal on 31st May.

Fundraising continues, as usual with the help of our newly appointed Fundraising Consultant and regular initiatives such as the London 10K in July and Dyspraxia Awareness Week (6 —12th October). Special thanks to our members who have renewed their subscription for 2019 – 2020 to support our work. If you are not a member, this is a great time to join to receive monthly newsletters, regular updates, dedicated members area of the website, discounts for online shop, events and conferences and more importantly to support all we do.

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Job Vacancy: General & Finance Administrator

General & Finance Administrator
Salary:   £12,870   Hours:  27 ½ hours (9am – 3pm)

A rare opportunity has arisen to join our small friendly admin team in Hitchin to support our busy office.

We are looking for someone who has previous office experience, knowledge of SAGE Line 50 essential, IT literate and a good telephone manner. ...read more

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Vacancy on the Board of Trustees (Treasurer)

Sadly, Treasurer Lesley French has resigned from her position on the Board due to personal reasons.   We would like to take this opportunity to thank Lesley for her support during the past year and her invaluable advice on charity fundraising and finances. Therefore, we are currently recruiting a qualified Accountant or Experienced Finance professional to join the Board of Trustees as Treasurer.  The post is voluntary and would require visits to our offices in Hitchin on a regular basis and attendance at Meetings of the Board of Trustees held every 2 months, usually in London.  The applicant should be familiar with SAGE Line 50 and used to preparing and monitoring cash flows and budgets. ...read more

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Dyspraxia – Cognition, Sensory Processing and Coordination.

…. with the Dyspraxic Doctor, Dr Emma Tremaine.

Location: Penventon Park Hotel, West End, Redruth
When: Tuesday 26th November 2019 – 6:30 – 8:30pm

Dyspraxia can affect cognitive skills and how the brain plans, processes and responds to information. Emma will discuss everything from supporting learning and confidence with motor tasks in both children and adults, to understanding and managing difficulties with organisation, planning and working memory.

Coordination, balance and posture will also be discussed, as well as muscle tone and why Dyspraxic individuals may ache and be more prone to injuring themselves.

Importantly, we will also look at the strengths and positives of Dyspraxia too! You will leave with some ideas for simple strategies to help yourself or those you support with Dyspraxia to thrive at home, in education and in the workplace. ...read more

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