Dyspraxia: Let’s get moving!

We hear from many people with Dyspraxia that due to poor coordination many people find it hard to join in with more active activities. We also hear that many get tired easily or worry about how other people react to their poor motor skills.

We are now celebrating dyspraxia, and physical sports! Get involved and get off the couch and try something new. Why not take part in a 5k run on a Saturday morning – local Parkrun events take place all over the country, and you never know you might bump into fellow people with dyspraxia and the odd trustee!

We have produced new information leaflets for you to download, one for adults and one for children. You can download these from the links below. Also we have reproduced an article from Katie Parker, which appeared in our March 2017 newsletter. Katie was diagnosed with Dyspraxia at the age of nine and has moved on to become a professional sports coach with Brighton University and Surrey Cricket Club!

Adults Activity Information Leaflet
Children’s Activity Information Leaflet
Katie Parker – Anything is Possible