A research project that has been approved by Dyspraxia Foundation is seeking participants aged 11 – 18 . For further details please contact Pamela Kane directly on the details provided
FREE GIVE AWAY! Buy Membership from now until the end of September and get a free Dyspraxia Alert Card. Useful to advise anyone of the possible difficulties the carrier of the card may have; this handy wallet includes a pull out leaflet and a place for contact details in case of emergency. Join now for your free gift and more importantly to support our work! Purchase your membership form our online shop today http://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/shopping/product-category/membership/ or download the Membership 2016-17 form and if needed Membership Standing Order Form.
Another amazing week for our Call to Action #dyspraxiaappeal – just short of a month since launching with all your amazing help we have now raised over £16500!! We cannot thank you all enough, but the appeal is far from over. Without your support we will be unable to continue to raise further awareness of dyspraxia and support those with dyspraxia and their friends and family. We have a brand new appeal video from Janet Taylor, who is our adult advisor trustee. Please help us by sharing our appeal to everyone and remember every pound certainly counts so please donate if you can! Thank you!
An amazing week for our Call to Action #dyspraxiaappeal last week as thanks to our own ‘Super Saturday’ we have now passed £13000 raised! We honestly cannot thank you all enough, without your donations, no matter how big or small, we will be unable to continue our work help dyspraxics and their families not feel alone and isolated. This week our appeal video comes from Rosie, you have probably read many of her blogs – Rosie – Think Outside of the Cardboard Box – she has stepped out of her comfort zone and appears on camera for the first time to speak out on behalf of our appeal.
Dyspraxia Foundation launches a SUMMER SALE at their online shop! All books reduced and no hidden costs with postage and package included in the price listed! Support the Dyspraxia Foundation at this difficult time by buying FIVE ‘Anything is Possible’ wristbands for only £3 or TEN for family and friends for only £5 with all p&p included. Or chose to buy FIVE useful DF trolley coins for only £4.50 inc p&p. Every penny will make a difference to our work #dyspraxiaappeal click here to enter the shop
What an amazing start to the week, with your generosity we have now passed the £8000 mark. We cannot thank you enough but we still need your help!
See below our supporters video from our very own Gill Dixon, trustee and parent.
We have so much more to achieve and can only do so with your continued support! #dyspraxiaawareness
The SEND Review Guide, part-funded by the Department for Education and produced by teachers and school leaders, is now available to download for free from LLS-SEN-Review-Guide-v21. The SEND Review Guide was created in partnership with over forty outstanding special and mainstream schools and parents/carers of children with SEND as well as organisations such as Contact a Family, Ofsted, the Council for Disabled Children, the Institute of Education and the Teaching Schools Council. It is powered by the London Leadership Strategy (LLS), a not for profit organisation created by school leaders for school leaders to transform schools and improve outcomes for children.
Dates announced for FREE teacher training on Neurodiversity around the country – see posters below for full details. Please ensure your child’s school is aware of this resource. This is an exciting opportunity for all schools to participate in some free and comprehensive training relating to neuro diversity! To book your places please visit http://www.eventbrite.com/o/a-department-for-education-funded-consortium-10928767586
Due to a declining membership and with current funding coming to an end, we launch an urgent campaign to raise funds to ensure our services continue until we are able to secure long term sustainable funding. We have successfully managed a three-year Big Lottery Fund project providing a helpline service and awareness raising campaigns; supported membership, local groups and research projects whilst reaching almost 40 thousand people on our social network pages. The charity is staffed by a few long-term employees and supported by volunteers of parents of children and adults with dyspraxia, health, education, PR and employment experts. Together, we offer help, advice, support and work to raise awareness of this still poorly understood condition.