Dyspraxia Support Group Teesside arranges meet ups for dyspraxic individuals: adults, parents and children. The group offers free workshops, helpful advice & support, social excursions and invite guest speakers who offer support and advice.
The project runs under the umbrella of Roseberry Community Consortium, a local charity based in Teesside region helping disadvantaged groups of young people.
During the COV-19, we are offering free online activities through Zoom.. The activities we are offering include
- Design a character: Competition open to under 12 children to draw a character representing Dyspraxia Support Group Teesside, Winner will be announced on 15th July. (View the poster here)
- Youth Social Action project: A project open to 13 to 25 years affected by dyspraxia. The participants will be empowered to design a project like raising awareness of dyspraxia, educating general- public about dyspraxia or anything else. (View the poster here)
- We will be also running online handwriting workshops for parents and children dyspraxia support group and a creativity workshops for the adult dyspraxia support group.