Parent feedback suggested they were looking for peer support and advice and our inaugural parent meeting will be held on Wednesday 16th March.
In addition, we are holding monthly activity sessions / events for children, with our first trip to the pantomime to see Cinderella with 11 children in February – all went well and a great deal of fun was had by all.
My name is Claire and I have a teenage son who was diagnosed with Dyspraxia at the age of 7.
In addition, members of the Foundation are sent a list of other members in their area; receive a regular newsletter and discounts for books, literature, conferences and events.
Members of the Foundation are sent a list of other members in their area; receive a regular newsletter and discounts for books, literature, conferences and events.
You are welcome to join the group, whether you live in Surrey or in one of the neighbouring counties.’ Catherine Purcell & Sally Scott-Roberts The South East Wales support group launched on the 31st January 2016, following a considerable gap in provision in the area.
for information on meetings and activities please contact us by phone or email Dizz Kids I Dizz Teens We have an activity club on a Thursday evening at Worcester University Campus for children with Dyspraxia. There is Trampolining with an experienced Coach, basketball with Coaches from the Worcester Wolves and other different activities each week (eg: cricket, rounders, badminton, etc).
The children are split into different ages ranges and enjoy no pressure activities in a very non-competitive environment.