I’m a postgraduate student at the university of Edinburgh, currently doing a study about people’s feelings and personal experiences with Dyspraxia/DCD and ADHD in an online questionnaire. I am looking for participants who are:
22nd June 2020
We are appalled about the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer who swore to protect him.
Join us for a free Facebook live on Tuesday 23rd June at 7pm with the wonderful Kerry Pace chatting about Studying and Working Remotely for adults and young adults with Dyspraxia.
Kerry has worked from home in her business, Diverse Learners (www.Diverse-learners.co.uk) for more than 10 years. I use Skype, Zoom and video to provide 1:1 study skills support, parental support, coaching for people in work and training for organisations all from home.
Dyspraxia Foundation wins £1,000 Movement for Good award
The Dyspraxia Foundation has won a £1,000 Movement for Good award thanks to nominations from the public.
The Dyspraxia Foundation is one of 500 winners in specialist insurer Ecclesiastical’s Movement for Good awards, which is giving £1million to charities this summer.
Join us online this forthcoming Thursday 11th June at 7pm on Zoom for the first ever edition of Dyspraxia Foundation virtual bingo. This will be a great way to get together and have some fun with friends, family, and fellow members of the dyspraxia community – from a distance, whilst raising funds to support our work.
A personal message from our inspirational Patron, Jamie Lambert – in lock down.
Press Release – New Trustees
The Dyspraxia Foundation is delighted to welcome two new Trustees to our Board, Laurence Turner and Jake Hobson. Both Laurence and Jake have dyspraxia.
Laurence will be responsible for overseeing Public Affairs and supporting the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dyspraxia.
Stay home and join us online TONIGHT Wednesday 6th May from 7.45pm (8pm start) for our first ever front-room fundraiser. The Lockdown Dyspraxia Quiz is a great way to get together and test your knowledge against family, friends and strangers – from a distance.
As you are well aware, many fundraising events in the UK have been postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Whilst we are all hopeful many of these will still go ahead later in the year, we’ve been left struggling to maintain our crucial services with reduced funding.
We’re calling on you to take on the challenge so together we can continue supporting our community and their families. Join the nation in this challenge on Sunday 26 April, which would have been the London Marathon. The challenge will be open after 26 April if you can’t do it on this day!
We are delighted to be bringing you a FREE Facebook Live next week at 7pm on Tuesday 21st April.
Join Dr Sally Payne on a free Facebook Live for strategies on supporting children at home while schools are closed. You will be able to ask questions during the event, and we will answer as many as we can.