An evening of Comedy

Looking for something to do on the 14th March? Why not have an evening of laughs in aid of the Dyspraxia Foundation! ‘The Better Late than Never’ 30th Birthday Bash takes place then, with an evening of laughs including Harriet Kemsley who was very popular at our Birmingham Adults Conference!  ...read more

Free intervention videos to improve hand-eye coordination

Free intervention videos to improve hand-eye coordination of children with dyspraxia/developmental coordination disorder.

Restricted access to occupational therapy, physiotherapy and other rehabilitation services is understandably having a negative effect on the physical and emotional wellbeing of children, parents and their carers. Therapists have adapted and many are using remote online or video-based service provision. In recognition of the current constraints on face-to-face therapy, academics have recently developed and produced therapeutic intervention videos, designed for clinicians, parents and children to use, especially tailored to help children with dyspraxia/DCD to improve their hand-eye coordination. ...read more

New Website – Survey

So we can produce a website which meets the requirements of the community that we serve we are asking everyone to complete a small survey (around 5-10 minutes).

The survey is open to everyone who uses our website; members, non-members, professionals or anyone trying to find out about Dyspraxia. ...read more

Are you a sports fan? Get involved in research to understand the needs of neurodiverse sports fans.

The Dyspraxia Foundation has recently been approached to support a project to find out how sports clubs can make their stadia more accessible to people who are neurodiverse. The research is being conducted by NatCen Social Research, an independent and non-profit institute, on behalf of the Sports and Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA) and Level Playing Field (LPF).   The research project has been approved by the Foundation’s Research Panel of Advisors. ...read more

Facebook Live with Dr Ryan Stevenson – Home Learning Tips & Advice

On Wednesday 3rd February we are hosting a LIVE event for anyone currently involved in home learning, be it students, parents or anyone with an interest! We will be joined by Dr Ryan Stevenson who is a tutor, co-founder and Director at Bright Heart Education Private Tutors London | Special Needs | English, Maths & Science Tuition (brightheart.co.uk)   If you have any specific questions you would like to ask Ryan or any advice you may want him to chat about please post them in the comments and we will do our best to ask them on the night!   This event is free and will be available via our Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/DyspraxiaFoundation

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