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Description of Service
Roseberry Community Consortium is a registered charity assisting disadvantaged groups of young people across the Tees Valley region.
Our beneficiaries are young people in economically challenging situations, those affected by dyspraxia/dyslexia, those who have low patterns of academic achievements and young people living in care.
We run and deliver a fortnightly social support groups for individuals affected by dyspraxia under the umbrella of the charity. We welcome any age
Since 2016, the adult dyspraxia support group has seen an increase in members. We have done fantastic things for adults affected by dyspraxia.
These include workshops in baking, preparing for job interviews, personal goals, crafts and improving co-ordination. We have a number of outings to improve their social skills. Our goal is continue to providing a good service for dyspraxic individuals.
These are testimonials provided by adult members of the dyspraxia support group.
Well this group has helped me to find new friends who understand my special needs who I can talk to about my problems without feeling out of place. Plus we do activities together.”
“It has helped me to make new friends and realised that I do not have to go through it alone, that there are people just like me I can rely on for support”
We are looking for adults and teenager affected by dyspraxia to join the group.
Since last year, we have launched a parents and children dyspraxia support group. Many parents have expressed concerns about the lack of support for dyspraxic children. The group offers helpful advice and support, make friends, activities arranged for children (improve co-ordination, baking, sports, handwriting), workshop for parents, talk to experts and much more. We are looking for more parents and dyspraxic children to join the group. There is volunteering opportunities available. Looking for committed volunteers to join the group.
It is important to spread the word about the groups. Dyspraxia is a condition that poorly misunderstood and recognised. We are very passionate about supporting local people affected by dyspraxia. If you are or know anyone affected by dyspraxia, please contact Pritthijit Datta on 07804368585 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information, please browse through the website www.dyspraxiasupport.org