Seasons Greetings – Office Closed for Holidays.

The Dyspraxia Foundation virtual office and dedicated email helpline service will close on Tuesday, 22nd December and reopen at 9am on Thursday 7th January 2021.  

We would like to close the year with our heartfelt thanks to all those who have supported our work during this very difficult year including our members, local co-ordinators and contacts who help raise awareness in the community along with our Youth Champions, Ambassadors, Trustees and Fundraisers and bank of volunteers who support all we do.  ...read more

Dyspraxia Foundation : Statement

While the Dyspraxia Foundation does not wish to actively police its social media accounts, it does encourage all people using them to be civil, positive and supportive of other users. The Dyspraxia Foundation will remove posts and ban posters who either breach our social median and anti-bullying policies or target other users for abuse. ...read more

12 Days of Giving

£1,000 for 120 charities over 12 days of giving thanks to Movement For Good!
To nominate the Dyspraxia Foundation, click the link below and simply enter our charity number ‘1058352‘ Complete in minutes and submit! Thank you for your ongoing support during this covid-19 pandemic! ...read more

Get involved! Xmas Party Heroes

Has Covid cancelled your Christmas party?

This year, due to the pandemic, there’s £1,000,000,000 going unspent on Christmas party budgets in the UK.

All is is not lost because this unique situation presents a really simple and effective opportunity for businesses, community groups and schools to replace the usual potential of sore heads the day after, with a warm feeling of helping others. How so? By donating unused Christmas party funds to the Dyspraxia Foundation. This #XmasPartyHeroes campaign can make a major difference to those who need it the most and you can play your part by spreading the word and getting anyone and everyone you know to make a pledge. ...read more

University of Surrey: Research

New online study for adults and children with dyspraxia or developmental coordination disorder (DCD) 

The Motor Development and Impact Lab (MoDI Lab) at the University of Surrey would like to invite you to volunteer for an online study investigating how individuals with dyspraxia or DCD control their actions. This includes movements, learning and decision-making processes. Have you ever thought about your efforts when performing daily activities to make sure that you perform to the best of your ability? How do you stop your difficulties from getting in the way? Is it just about your movements, or does it affect other activities such as learning and decision making? These are some of the questions that the new study is hoping to address in both children and adults with dyspraxia or DCD. If you are interested maybe you can volunteer and contribute to this project. You can volunteer to take part yourself or with your child/children. ...read more

Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2020 – Day 1

In a slight change to previous years, this year we are bringing you a range of wellbeing experiences, all submitted by our community who want to share their own personal stories with everyone. We will be bringing you a range of these wellbeing experiences throughout the week! ...read more

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