Dyspraxia Support Group Teesside is a project running under the umbrella by Roseberry Community Consortium. (charity reg no:1142441). The charity helps disadvantaged groups of young people across the Teesside region.
The project arranges regular activities and workshops for adults, parents, and children with dyspraxia.
Their main activities and sessions
Regular online networking sessions every Thursday, 7pm for adults, parents and children with dyspraxia: Based on specific issues affecting dyspraxic individuals.
Co-ordination sessions held every Tuesday, 7pm via Zoom. Sessions will run alternatively for both adults, parents and children with dyspraxia
Youth social action project: Open to 13 to 25 years old who have dyspraxia. Getting involved in a project like a campaign, creative skill, job workshop or drop- in centre. Sessions will run every Thursday via Zoom, 5pm and alternatively between age groups of 13-17 years old and 18 to 25 years old