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Dyspraxia Support Group Teesside arrange regular meet ups for dyspraxic individuals: parents & children & adults who have dyspraxia. The project runs under the umbrella of Roseberry Community Consortium, a local charity helping disadvantaged groups of young people across the Teesside region.

They offer the following

  • Free workshops based on specific issues affecting dyspraxic individuals (hand-writing, jobs, creative, education strategies, dyspraxia assessment)
  • Social activities (day trips, quizzes)
  • Invite experts to give talks and advice
  • Youth social action project aimed at 13 to 25 years old affected by dyspraxia
  • One to one session

The team will be delivering an online presentation about a Youth Social Action Project aimed at 13 to 25 years who have dyspraxia. Would like SEN departments, college tutors, job professionals, parents and dyspraxic individuals to attend at 5pm on 19th November via Zoom.

It is an exciting project to be involved in. You can decide whether you want to do a job workshop, a creative activity or a campaign to raise awareness of dyspaxia. If interested in attending, please register on https://dyspraxiasupport.org/dates-for-your-diary/ for Youth Social Action project and we have other sessions and events for parents & children and adults who have dyspraxia