Update: Due to a variety of circumstances this webinar will now be taking place on Thursday 26th April.
It’s back! Our Webinar series is returning this April on Thursday 26th April – and this time we have trustee Dr Sally Payne taking on the webinar duties!
Due to the bad weather in the region our main office and helpline will be closed on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd March 2018. We apolgise for any inconvience this may cause.
You can keep up to date on our socialmedia channels on Facebook and Twitter.
Bristol Conference postponed due to severe weather warnings
Due to adverse weather conditions predicted and a severe weather warning issued the Dyspraxia Foundation has taken the decision to postpone the conference to be held on Friday, 2nd March in Bristol.
The Dyspraxia Foundation is proud to be supporting Safer Internet Day (SID) 2018!
The Internet is a wonderful resource, it contains lots of information that is helping millions of people on a daily basis, but it is often a scary place where misinformation, online chats and discussions can create lots of doubt.
For the final time, you can come join #TeamDyspraxia at the Virgin Westminster 10k on Sunday 15th July 2018.
This is the last year that the Dyspraxia Foundation will be taking part in this event, you are free to enter yourself from 2019 and support the charity that way, but this will be the final year that the charity will be sending down support. Keep an eye open for information on our fully supported race – Parallel London – which will be posted once the details of this years event have been confirmed.
The Dyspraxia Foundation are proud to have taken part and provided evidence for this report by the Westminster AchieveAbility Commission. The full report can be downloaded below.
Richard Todd, Dyspraxia Foundation Trustee was involved with providing information for this report. He has written his own summary which can be downloaded here.
We are delighted to announce our first conference for 2018. A one day conference for professionals working with children, adolescents and adults with neurodevelopmental disorders. A full day for health and education professionals and employers to disseminate information to support those with dyspraxia/DCD and other conditions.
Our Webinar Wednesday series continues this November with ‘It Ain’t Rocket Science’ – taking place at 8pm on Wednesday 22nd November with Gill Dixon.
She looks forword to welcoming you to a comfortable, informal webinar looking at some easy, stress free, no cost strategies to assist the child/young person with dyspraxia/DCD in their living and learning environments. Strategies to help them and those who love and support them with plenty of opportunity for Q&A’s.
Our webinars will be a way to listen, learn and chat with real experts in the field of dyspraxia/DCD . We will share our experience, our knowledge and our advice with you all in a friendly and informative way and host a Question and Answers session to involve you in the topic being discussed.
We are proud that so many people are taking part, spreading dyspraxia awareness, this Sunday in Parallel London. If you haven’t heard Parallel London is the first fully-inclusive mass participation event, taking place around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London, with a variety of distances in the accessible fun run, 10km, 5km, 1km and 100m with an sensory 1km too!