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NEW WEBSITE HELPS EVERYTHING ‘CLICK’ INTO PLACE AS PART OF OFFICIAL RELAUNCH OF THE DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION

Following the hugely successful Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2013 (which ran from 13 – 19 October) and the launch of a much awaited UK-wide Helpline Service, the Dyspraxia Foundation is delighted to announce its new-look website, thanks to a grant from Olympus KeyMed. The new, improved site – designed by t-morph (a Cambridge-based web design company) …

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CHARITY CHALLENGES BRITISH PUBLIC ABOUT ATTITUDES TOWARDS DYSPRAXIA

New survey looks at whether opinions have changed over the past 6 years Thousands of children and adults living with the condition – dyspraxia – are still facing a future of being misunderstood and unfairly labelled, according to the results of a new survey, launched today (Monday 14 October, Dyspraxia Awareness Week). Whilst general understanding …

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New study looking at motor coordination among children

Participants required for new study looking at training the eye-movements of children with movement coordination difficulties. Researchers in the Sport and Health Science department at the University of Exeter are running a project examining the motor coordination of children who suffer from movement difficulties. The project is funded by the Waterloo Foundation, and tests the …

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