30th Anniversary Appeal: Our Events

Buy joining as at our events, you can contribute to our 30th Anniversary Appeal and also gain vital knowledge, meet people and professionals in the field of Dyspraxia/DCD and a lot more!

Upcoming Events:

Saturday 23rd June – London AGM & Conference

After our successful conference in Bristol in April, we are very excited to annouce our annual London conference on Saturday 23rd June.

The day is packed full of chances to meet others with others with Dyspraxia/DCD, experts in the field of Dyspraxia, lots of resources available to browse though and purchase and spend the day and empathise with many like-minded and inspirational individuals who understand you and not feel alone.

For the second year running we are delighted to run a seperate youth event for 16-25 year olds, where the younger members of our community can socialise in a safe environment with others with Dyspraxia who “get it” and have the opportunity to take part in workshops by Kaiya Stone (Workshop 1B) and and employment workshop with Trustee Richard Todd. (Workshop 2B)

Adults are not left out, with workshops from the Westminster AchieveAbility Commission (Workshop 1A) and an inspirational talk from Mark Robinson, who was diagnosed with Dyspraxia at 40 (Workshop 2A) – a chance to meet others who can empathise.

The day ends with a talk by patron, and International Opera Singer Stephanie Guidera.

Sunday 15th July – Virgin Westminster 10k

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.

Join other runners raising awareness and funds for the Dyspraxia Foundation aroundthe amazing British 10K route in Central London, cheered on by the Dyspraxia Foundation HQ at Westminster Bridge as you near the finish line!