Dyspraxia Foundation Unity Lottery

We are very happy to announce the start of the Dyspraxia Foundation Unity Lottery!

We’ve partnered with Unity, the nation’s charity lottery, to offer you the chance to win £25,000 every Saturday for only £1 a week. Importantly 50p of every £1 you play is guaranteed to go straight to the Dyspraxia Foundation, to help us fund the important work that we continue to do. ...read more

Book your festive restaurants via Charitable and donate!

Why not raise money for the Dyspraxia Foundation at absolutely no cost to yourselves or your company by making all your restaurant bookings with ChariTable Bookings.

Simply visit the ChariTable website search for your restaurant and make the booking. For every person on your table, we receive £1!
So a family of four eating out this weekend can earn us £4 at no additional cost to you! ...read more

Resource Ideas

As Dyspraxia Awareness Week draws to a close for another year we would like to thank you for your support this week. We’ve had a lot of support on social media, and lots of people have joined in the week with blogs, events and a lot lot more! Remember Dyspraxia is around us 365 days a year, so never stop making people aware of dyspraxia! ...read more

Dyspraxia Diffusion:A Dyspraxia Foundation Helpline Service (2013-2016)

A grant from the Big Lottery Fund for £166,000 in 2013 meant the Dyspraxia Foundation was able to launch a three year project to offer a dedicated helpline service, facilitate workshops in Birmingham and Manchester, translate the most popular information sheets into different languages, invest in a PR Company to manage an annual awareness campaign and employ a full time Information Officer. ...read more

Dyspraxia Foundation working with Acas on neurodiversity in the workplace

Acas (the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) has published a new research study on ‘neurodiversity at work’, which the Dyspraxia Foundation contributed to last year.  The research seeks to identify policies and practices which help people with dyslexia, autism, dyspraxia and ADHD get work and flourish within a diverse workforce.  It is based on case studies of two organisations who are good practice employers, coupled with expert testimony from a number practitioners operating in the field, among them the Dyspraxia Foundation, the British Dyslexia Association, National Autistic Society and ADDISS.  Many of these practitioners have also contributed posts to a series of themed blogs to accompany the publication of the Acas research, including Sally Payne and Richard Todd, both Dyspraxia Foundation trustees.  You can read their blog entry here: http://www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=5864 ...read more