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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION
Raising awareness and supporting people with Dyspraxia/DCD. Registered Charity. 13-25? Follow too, our dedicated youth group!
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 22
Replying to @dyspraxicadult
Very sad to read this Janet. I remember meeting Zachery at an adult conference planning meeting some time ago and as a contributor to the adult group. Eleanor
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 19
That’s me signing off for the night after , thanks to everyone who took the time to get involved across social media it means a lot & keep posted for future events. Thanks also to our cheer squad!- Rosie 💙
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 19
Our runners have finished 🏅🏅well done
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 19
Raising awareness even from the back!
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 19
Wishing & ’s dad lots of luck for the 🏃🏻‍♂️
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 19
Our runners have arrived in Manchester for the keep tuned to our social media throughout the afternoon for more updates!
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 19
Our cheer squad are ready to cheer on our runners & ’s dad at the today raising awareness & it being Toby winks to say click the link to sponsor them:
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Quantum Leap May 17
€15,000 compensation for man with dyspraxia dismissed after firm googled the condition
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 17
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The Dyspraxic Doctor May 16
I'm looking forward to speaking at this event in Cornwall which is being organised by the on the 18th June. If you would like more information or to book please click the link.
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 16
Replying to @DYSPRAXIAFDTN
It's true that you never know what someone else is going through. We are all human, we all need love, support, friendship and patience. 💙
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 16
Replying to @DYSPRAXIAFDTN
It's ok to feel sad, lonely, low, scared, anxious... we all do sometimes. It's ok to ask for help, it's ok to have doubts or panics or just need a , and it's also ok to not know why, it might just be .
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 16
It's and this is something that is very close to all our hearts. Whether you have or you care for someone with dyspraxia we know that mental health issues can affect us all.
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Natasha Compton May 14
Fascinating & inspiring talks from young people & professionals tonight about dyspraxia at the launch night.
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 15
Neurodiversity: The buzzword on everyone’s lips.
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Dr Sally Payne May 14
So proud of for talking about her , the things she finds difficult but also the amazing things she’s achieved in her life. Immie is a great champion.
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Dr Sally Payne May 14
You did it Tim!! People were so impressed with your presentation-thank you for sharing your experience.
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Dr Sally Payne May 14
The team ready to welcome people to the launch event. How professional they look!
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 14
Good luck to on your launch this evening!
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DYSPRAXIA FOUNDATION May 14
**SOLD OUT** Tickets for our London Conference have now sold out. We have limited capacity this year due to venue refurbishment. We are hosting two events around our October awareness week, a conference for adults and a separate one for youth.
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