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.
The Trustees of the Dyspraxia Foundation which to make clear that the voting process for the appointment of the Adult Representative was fair and was held by an online vote by our membership. A reminder was sent to those who hadn’t yet voted. Alice Hewson was duly elected by the membership.
Alice was not removed from the post, but chose to resign her post on 29th May 2020.