Dyspraxia in Adulthood Workshop for 2023

First face to face event since 2019 - 25% discount to members

  • Posted On: 30 January 2023
  • Author: Stefanie Cappleman
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Dyspraxia in Adulthood Workshop for 2023

To book your place see our website here Dyspraxia in Adulthood Saturday - 4th March 2023 - Dyspraxia Foundation

A delegate at our 2019 adult conference wrote “"I just wanted to thank you and the Dyspraxia team for such an informative and enjoyable conference. I've today had to support my daughter with anxiety meltdown as she travelled by train to visit family, but because of the excellent information / presentations at last Saturday's event I felt so much more able to help her - we talked about the energy spoons for instance. Being at the conference has already had a major impact on the way my husband and I can support our daughter - so huge thank you to everyone involved. (also I've worked/volunteered in the charity sector for over 25 years and that was the best conference / event I've ever attended!)"  

Dyspraxia in Adulthood 2023 : a face to face workshop

This workshop has been developed with the support of the newly formed Adult Panel of Advisers, and we are pleased to offer a reduced delegate fee thanks to funds raised to help us support dyspraxic adults.

Pricing for this event is:

For paid Members of the Dyspraxia Foundation – £30 (using a discount code at the checkout)
For Non-Members – £40

The planned schedule

Agenda for the face-to-face workshop:

9.30 – Registration

10.00 – Welcome from Jonathan Levy Dyspraxia Foundation Chair

10.15 – The Journey to Diagnosis in Adulthood for Dyspraxia/DCD with Rosaline Van de Weyer, Director of Dyspraxia UK, Occupational Therapist

11.00 – Lived Experience

11.15 – Lived Experience

11.30 – Morning refreshments

11.45 –  Special guest speaker – ‘My journey with dyspraxia.’

12.30 – Lunch

13.30 – Dyspraxia in Further & Higher Education with Dr John Macklin, Head of Education and Communities, University of East London

14.15 – Life Experience

14.30 – Afternoon refreshments

14.45 – Dyspraxia in the Workplace with Laurence Turner, Head of Research & Policy GMB and co-author of ‘Thinking differently at work: Dyspraxia in the Workplace’ GMB Guide

15.30 – What does dyspraxia mean to me with Lizzie Acker, a contestant on the 12th season of Great British Bake Off, well known for her showstopper challenge of a ‘brain fuzz cake’ that celebrated all the extraordinary things that make her who she is.

16.00 – Closing remarks with Chair Jonathan Levy

Existing Dyspraxia Foundation members will have received an email with a their discount code to use when booking a place

New members will receive their discount code with their welcome pack

If you have any questions please contact

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