The aim of the Dyspraxia Foundation Cumbria Support Group is to provide practical support, friendly faces and advice for those who have experience of dyspraxia themselves or as a parent /carer of a child with dyspraxia.Unfortunately we do not have a Voluntary Local Group Coordinator in Essex at the moment However , if you have any questions on Dyspraxia or are looking for help and guidance we do have a Voluntary Local Contact who is a parent of a child with Dyspraxia and is happy to offer support and advice locally via the email address provided Hello and welcome to the Hampshire Support Group.
As always, we at loveisrespect are concerned for your safety. Speak to a peer advocate by calling 1-866-331-9474.
Please make sure you are in a safe space before you text. When you call, be prepared for the advocate to first ask if you are in a safe place to talk.
We use an internal messaging system specifically for young adults who need to contact a peer advocate — it is NOT a general chat messenger such as MSN Messenger, AIM, Yahoo Live Chat, Gchat or i Chat.
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My name is Claire and I have a teenage son who was diagnosed with Dyspraxia at the age of 7.
We meet every two months currently and this is an all inclusive get together for adults with dyspraxia, parents and children.
After you and your advocate come up with ideas for your situation, the advocate will review them with you and can connect you to a local resource, if you’d like.
We receive a variety of questions from teens and 20-somethings all over the country. ” No relationship question is off limits, too crazy or embarrassing.
Text* loveis (capitalization does not matter) to 22522.
You will receive a response from a peer advocate prompting you for your question.
We will be having regular Coffee mornings, and soon we will have evening meetings. We welcome suggestions for activities (or fund raising ideas) from all members of the group. trampolining sessions held every Monday from – at Wilnecote High School specifically for dyspraxic children or those who have co-ordination issues .