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Charities join forces to deliver £750,000 DfE project to equip the school workforce with the skills to deliver quality teaching and support for pupils with dyslexia and other Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs).
The purpose of this research will be to gather details of Reasonable Adjustments offered to adults with dyspraxia by employers; to ascertain how useful participants felt these were; to capture bespoke adjustments valued by those with dyspraxia and to share these with others with dyspraxia. The aim is to enhance employment tenure for those with dyspraxia through education regarding useful Reasonable Adjustments.
All members of the Dyspraxia Foundation are cordially invited to attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM) with registration at 10.00am. The AGM will be followed by a conference for parents and carers, professionals in health and education, teachers, SENCos, Learning Support Staff, employers and adults with dyspraxia/DCD.
The Dyspraxia Diffusion Workshops are suitable for parents/carers, professionals, adults with dyspraxia/DCD, employers and anyone with an interest in the condition either personally or professionally.
With such an exciting programme at such a reasonable delegate rate we expect these events to be very popular and strongly recommend booking your place as quickly as possible.
The 16th Anniversary British 10K London Run is staged on the world’s greatest route through the heart of central London passing many of the capitals truly world class historic landmarks including the WW2 Bomber Command Memorial, St Pauls Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
You can get involved by following these 3 easy steps;
Take a photo of yourself wearing a Christmas hat and holding up a piece of paper thanking people who have made a difference. This could be:
– thanking a person that has made a difference to you or to someone you know who has dyspraxia
On behalf of the Dyspraxia Foundation, on Thursday 12th November 2015, I attended a disability consultation by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency at the Driver Training Academy at Cardington, Bedfordshire.
I enjoyed meeting both the DVSA staff and the other delegates. The presentation was given by driving test examiners, who were good company and very approachable. The other delegates were from organisations representing people with cerebral palsy, the deaf, autism and chronic regional pain syndrome.
Ethics Approval Number: 653
We are looking for children aged 8-10 to come and take part in our study at the University of Nottingham. For more information, please contact Blandine French on email@example.com
This is an invitation to take part in a research study on the reaching and grasping of both typically developing children, and children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD). The project aims to investigate children’s ability to make quick changes in direction when reaching to grasp an object.
University of East London
Cass School of Education and Communities
London E15 4LZ
University Research Ethics Committee
If you have any queries regarding the conduct of the program in which you are being asked to participate, please contact: