The idea behind the website launched in 2006 was to provide a community forum where adults could seek information and advice on Dyspraxia in Adults. The forum has been steadily growing since and today provides the largest resource of information for adults with dyspraxia.
Launched in September 2008, dysTalk is an information-sharing social enterprise devised by Will Orr-Ewing and Josh Pull. Our five-word mantra for the project is “helping your child learn better.” It’s for parents of children who are looking for information on how to optimise their child’s learning. dysTalk provides information on specific learning difficulties that may be undermining a child’s performance as well as learning strategies that can potentially be applied to all children of all abilities.
The Dyspraxia Foundation is committed to making the teaching and medical professions more aware of dyspraxia and to spread understanding of how those who have the condition can be helped.