Dyspraxia Awareness Week – Celebrating Dyspraxia
Are you a prolific poet? A keen photographer?
Dyspraxia Foundation are delighted to launch two competitions. All entries will be displayed and judged at our Celebrating Dyspraxia event on 18th October 2016 in central London . Tickets just £20 per person (age 16 and over ) towards our fundraising campaign. See below poster for details of how to submit your entry.
Please purchase your tickets from http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/celebrating-dyspraxiadcd-tickets-810217883
Download your poster here
There is a free mental health event taking place in Halifax on 12th October. Please check out the poster below and if it interests you please book via https://mindyourheadhalifax.eventbrite.co.uk
Dyspraxic Me, Free Event
Participants of Dyspraxic Me have been planning an event since July for Dyspraxia Awareness Week. Are you able to attend?…
Dyspraxia Comes to Westminster
A group of young people with dyspraxia are holding a free awareness raising event.
The event is being run by members of ‘Dyspraxic Me’ in collaboration with Can Do, a Leonard Cheshire programme for young disabled people to volunteer.
The Can Do programme coordinator for London has been supporting the group over the last few months to plan and hold their event. The group are planning a book signing, a panel debate, workshops and a stall with information on dyspraxia, tea and cake, plus a social media corner for people to tweet or live stream their stories about dyspraxia. October 9 – 15 is Dyspraxia Awareness week. The event hopes to dispel some of the myths surrounding dyspraxia!
Westminster Reference Library
35 St. Martin’s Street
Saturday 15th October 12.00-5.00pm
Chance to take part in a Survey
The University of South Wales are interested in finding out more about the experiences of adults with and without DCD/Dyspraxia in making and maintaining close friendships and the opportunities for doing so. If you are interested in taking part please use the relevant link below
Experience of social relationships in adults with Developmental Co-ordination Disorder
You are eligible to take part if you have DCD/Dyspraxia ,or have had motor difficulties since childhood and think you may have DCD
If you are 18-40 years of age
Experience of social relationships in adult without Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (Dyspraxia)
You are eligible to take part if you don’t have DCD/Dyspraxia or not have had any significant motor difficulties since childhood or think you may have DCD.
You are 18-40 years of age.