Dyspraxia Awareness Week – Day 5 – Useful Apps

Day 5 of #dyspraxia19 launches another information sheet from the Dyspraxia Foundation. We are pleased to have pooled together a range of apps for your mobile device as recommended by other adults! The range of apps will help with navigation, organisation, mental health and voice to text. A big thank you goes out to Pete Guest for putting this all together for us in this amazing format! ...read more

Dyspraxia Awareness Week – Day 4 – Post-16 Fact Sheet

We continue our Wednesday focus on Further and Higher Education.

We’ve produced a fact sheet for anyone involved in Post-16 education (16+) with some hints, tips and advice and more!

As with all our fact sheets, Every effort has been made to verify the accuracy of items in our fact sheets, however users are urged to check independently on matters of specific interest. The Dyspraxia Foundation encourages the reproduction and distribution of this fact sheet. If portions of the text are cited, appropriate reference must be made. Fact sheets may not be reprinted for the purpose of resale ...read more

Dyspraxia Awareness Week – Day 4 – Case Study

How is it Day 4 of Awareness Week already? On Wednesday of Awareness Week 2019 we are focusing on Further and Higher Education.

#Dyspraxia19 continues with one of our popular case studies. Wednesday brings you the story of Grace, 23 from Somerset who was diagnosed with Dyspraxia at the age of 18. ...read more

Dyspraxia Awareness Week – Day 3 – Case Study

Day 3 of Dyspraxia Awareness Week continues.

We are also proud to share our third case study of the day, and our third so far this week! We sharing the voices of adults with dyspraxia in their own words. This case study is from Simon, 57 from London who wasn’t formally diagnosed until his 30s. ...read more