We are proud to be announcing our 3rd event in 2019 aimed at 16-25 year olds. This will be taking place in Birmingham on Saturday 12th October at the Jurys Inn, Broad Street. As for all our youth events are for young people with Dyspraxia only, if you require a friend or relative to drop you/pick you up please contact us on [email protected] We will provide full directions to the venue, and will have someone at New Street Station at some point in the morning to bring people to the venue as a group, details will be made to those who have paid nearer to the date.
A full day of exciting events, starting at 9.30am and finishing at 4.00pm giving those aged 16-25 a safe and secure time to socialise and meet others who simply just get it!
The day starts with an exciting and thought-provoking session led by our new adult representative, and previous youth group member, Alice Hewson who will be presenting a session on anxiety, well-being and the well-being of others.
The afternoon sessions include a make-up session with fellow dyspraxic Talia Jordan a graduate in Hair and Makeup for Fashion, or a session on male grooming! The fun continues with with the incredible sport of Cup Stacking from Speed Stacks UK! You need to see it to believe it, and everyone has the opportunity to join in and give it a go!
There will be plenty of time to socialise too, to catch up with old friends or to create new ones. Members of the Dyspraxia Foundation will also be in attendance to talk to you about anything!
Pricing & Booking
All pricing includes attendance to the event, refreshments throughout the day and restaurant lunch. Note there are no-tickets on the door, you must book in advance.
Members – £12 – Click Here To Book
Paid members of the Dyspraxia Foundation can attend this event for just £12. If you wish to join the foundation, students can join from as little as £7.50, then please check out our membership pages for more information.
Non-Members – £20 – Click Here to Book
Membership isn’t required to attend this event, but non-members of the Dyspraxia Foundation will need to pay £20.