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.
Time: 7-9pm For more details use the email link above.
We are a small friendly group of parents who meet up once a month.
Call 01462 455016 or email the office for more details.
All members of the Foundation are put in touch with other members locally and full details of our membership packages are available from our online shop.
My aim is to raise awareness within the South Yorkshire area and to set up a support group who can meet up and offer support and help to one another, especially moral support and help spread the message that Dyspraxia does not need to have a negative impact on our lives but we can gain inspiration from others in the same situation.We also raise awareness in our local area, and are involved in the Hillingdon Parent Carers Forum. Our group meets the first Tuesday of every month at Wilnecote High School , Tamworth from 7pm – 9pm .We will be having regular Coffee mornings, and soon we will have evening meetings. We welcome suggestions for activities (or fund raising ideas) from all members of the group. trampolining sessions held every Monday from – at Wilnecote High School specifically for dyspraxic children or those who have co-ordination issues .The aim of the Dyspraxia Foundation Cumbria Support Group is to provide practical support, friendly faces and advice for those who have experience of dyspraxia themselves or as a parent /carer of a child with dyspraxia.Unfortunately we do not have a Voluntary Local Group Coordinator in Essex at the moment However , if you have any questions on Dyspraxia or are looking for help and guidance we do have a Voluntary Local Contact who is a parent of a child with Dyspraxia and is happy to offer support and advice locally via the email address provided Hello and welcome to the Hampshire Support Group.Please only call within these hours) The Surrey Support Group’s aim is to provide friendly support for families affected by dyspraxia.