A slightly different Awareness Week this year due to the pandemic but nevertheless a great success with so many younger members sharing what they have been getting up to to look after their mental health well being and sharing inspiring blogs, poetry, posters and a whole lot more, take a look by clicking on the
We are very proud to be launching our Dyspraxia Foundation Youth Cookbook! A selection of favourites from both youth and young adults with dyspraxia for you to try at home. Our book has featured recipes, hints and tips for baking and cooking and is introduced by the Masterchef winner from 2019 – Irini Tzortzoglou! This
It’s a tricky period ahead, so we’ve put together a list of links and resources to help you through this period. From hints and tips to staying in touch to websites and resources for when your feeling that little bit down. Remember that the entire world is in this together, and there is an ending!
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
** BOOKINGS CLOSE IN A FEW DAYS – SECURE YOUR PLACE TODAY ** Join us at our first dedicated youth event for 2019! If you are aged between 16-25 you can join us in Manchester on Saturday 6th April at Manchester Metropolitan University from 10am! The day is for both members, and non-members of the
Hey guys, hope you’re all well! Last weekend (20th October 2018) I went to my first ever convention. I thought I’d tell you how I got on with my dyspraxia! I’ve always wanted to go to a Comic Con. Where I live on the Isle of Wight we have had our own Comic Con called