Thursday means we’re into Day 5 of #Dyspraxia19! Today starts our focus on Independent Living
Today’s case study brings you the story of Paul, 40 from the Netherlands who was diagnosed with Dyspraxia in his early 30s.
We continue our Wednesday focus on Further and Higher Education.
We’ve produced a fact sheet for anyone involved in Post-16 education (16+) with some hints, tips and advice and more!
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How is it Day 4 of Awareness Week already? On Wednesday of Awareness Week 2019 we are focusing on Further and Higher Education.
#Dyspraxia19 continues with one of our popular case studies. Wednesday brings you the story of Grace, 23 from Somerset who was diagnosed with Dyspraxia at the age of 18.
Day 3 of Dyspraxia Awareness Week continues.
We are also proud to share our third case study of the day, and our third so far this week! We sharing the voices of adults with dyspraxia in their own words. This case study is from Simon, 57 from London who wasn’t formally diagnosed until his 30s.
Our first of TWO Facebook Live Events is taking place tonight! These events are free to watch and to join in, you just need a Facebook Account! The Facebook Live takes place on our Facebook Page – so make sure you like our page to get the latest updates and notifications!
We are proud to be launching a new fact sheet during Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2019. We asked adults what does having a diagnosis of Dyspraxia/DCD mean to you? As always we where overwhelmed with your response and have created this fact sheet for all to share.
Day 2 of Dyspraxia Awareness Week continues, a reminder that we released our Adult Survey results today and we are calling for an equality of access to diagnostic assessments.
We are also proud to share our second case study of the day, and our third so far this week! We sharing the voices of adults with dyspraxia in their own words. This case study is from Robert, a 62 year old from Scotland who has yet to have a formal diagnosis of Dyspraxia.
It’s Day 2 of Dyspraxia Awareness Week, if you haven’t noticed we released our Adult Survey results today and we are calling for an equality of access to diagnostic assessments.
We are also proud to share our second case study. Voices of adults with dyspraxia in their own words. This case study is from Alison, a 54 year old from Hampshire who got diagnosed in the Summer of 2018!
Dyspraxia Foundation this week announces findings from a new survey which reveals a startling inequality of access to diagnostic assessments for adults likely to have dyspraxia – a form of developmental coordination disorder that can also affect planning, organisation and speech.
Around 3% of the adult population are thought to have dyspraxia, but a lack of diagnostic pathways means that dyspraxia often remains unrecognised in people who were not diagnosed as children.
The nationwide survey of almost 1500 adults highlighted the frustrating and distressing impact of poor awareness of dyspraxia in adulthood and the lack of diagnostic pathways for people whose difficulties were not recognised as children.
We throw open the doors for Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2019 with one of our highly popular Case Studies. We asked and many of you replied to share you experiences as an adult with Dyspraxia.
We start awareness week with Stephan, 62, who didn’t get diagnosed until 2012.