Awareness Week 2019 – Adult Diagnosis Survey

Our annual national campaign ‘Dyspraxia Awareness Week’ – set to take place between the 6th – 12th October – shall focus on Further and Higher Education and Dyspraxia in Adulthood.

We are conducting a survey for adults (those aged 18+) for those who either have a formal diagnosis of dyspraxia (or developmental coordination disorder – DCD) and those who believe they have dyspraxia/DCD but who do not have a formal diagnosis.
Information from this survey will be used to create media stories during Dyspraxia Awareness Week (6-12th October 2019) and in other materials produced by the organisation to raise awareness of dyspraxia in adulthood.

Participation in this survey is voluntary. Completing the survey is not anticipated to cause you any disadvantage or discomfort but if you are unhappy with any aspect of this survey please contact Richard Todd, trustee with responsibility for adult issues at
If you still have concerns please contact 

Thank you for participating in this survey and for helping to raise awareness of this missed and misunderstood condition.

Please feel free to share our survey (or QR Code below) to anyone you feel is able to complete this survey.

To take part in our survey, please visit the following link:

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