Check out this great Workshop Programme – run by ‘Dyspraxic Me’ in London

Dyspraxic Me‘ is a peer support network for young adults aged 16-25 with dyspraxia. They run excellent workshops and encourage anyone with Dyspraxia to participate.

Communication Workshop – January 2015

Lucy Myers

During this workshop Lucy Myers, Lecturer in Speech and Language Therapy at City University, will facilitate a discussion on the following topics:

  • Practical advice about how to manage difficulties that dyspraxia can cause e.g. in organising your thoughts quickly enough for you want to say.
  • How to describe dyspraxia to people who you may come in contact with – e.g. in Job Centres, ‘Connexions’ services, at college or university, or possible employers.
  • When should you disclose your dyspraxia, when it is and isn’t useful to do this?

The workshop will be at:

Lift
45 White Lion Street
N1 9PW London

On: Saturday, 31 January from 11:30 to 13.30

The nearest tube station is Angel (Northern Line)

Please book your place here

Exactly what is DCD/Dyspraxia? – March 2015

Elisabeth Hill

For British Science Week, Professor of Neurodevelopmental Disorders at Goldsmith’s, University of London, Elisabeth Hill, will deliver a talk on DCD/dyspraxia and the brain to Dyspraxic Me. People with DCD/dyspraxia don’t necessarily know much about the science of this learning difficulty. During the talk we will be able to discuss what science knows about DCD/dyspraxia and gain some insights into why we behave in certain ways and how we might help ourselves further.

The workshop will be at:

Lift
45 White Lion Street
N1 9PW London

On: Saturday, 21 March from 11:30 to 13.30

The nearest tube station is Angel (Northern Line)

Please book your place here.

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