Paul Wassell

New Dyspraxia Foundation logo incorporates DCD

The Dyspraxia Foundation updated the definition of dyspraxia earlier this year to incorporate the current terminology of Developmental Coordination Disorder (D.C.D.) used internationally by researchers and in the medical profession. The Trustees felt that the Dyspraxia Foundation should use the term within the logo to ensure consistency and to reflect the fact that the terms are often used interchangeably. ...read more

How you can help spread the word?


We are fast approaching the end of year 2 of our 3 year project. ‘Dyspraxia Diffusion’ funded by the Big Lottery Fund to employ a full time Information Officer and offer a vital Helpline Service. Lisa McCarthy and trained volunteers are busy answering calls and emails from 9 -5, Monday to Friday but there are still parents, adults with dyspraxia, health and education professionals and employers who do not know we are here ready to help. You can help by downloading an A4 poster or A3 poster and putting up in your local school, surgeries, hospitals, parent groups, places of work, or anywhere people will see it. ...read more

Dyspraxia Foundation Spring Ball – 2016

Keep the 14th May 2016 free!

Following our very successful Spring Ball in 2014 we are holding another glittering evening at the Royal Garden Hotel, South Kensington, London.

Tickets are £130 and can be purchased from the Hitchin office (Tel: 01462 455016 ) or download your booking form here  ...read more

New factsheets available

There are a number of new factsheets available exclusively in our Members Only section, if you’re a member login, or join us now to see them. Topics include, Helping children with dyspraxia to stay calm, Helping students with exams and more….. ...read more

Dyspraxia Foundation adds a new voice to its cause

Charity adds a new voice to its cause as it announces its first ever “Celebrity Patron” ahead of Annual Awareness Week

Jamie Lambert from award winning “classical boy band” unveiled as a new patron for the Dyspraxia Foundation

The Dyspraxia Foundation – the only national charity in the UK dedicated to raising awareness of dyspraxia and championing the needs of people living with the condition – is hitting the high notes this week with the news that it has recruited its first ever celebrity ambassador! ...read more