Dyspraxia Support Group for Parents and Children
What our organisation does?
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.
Dyspraxia Support Group Teesside: Runs and delivers two dyspraxia support groups tailored to the needs of adults and children.
Adult/Teenager dyspraxia Support Group: Offers helpful advice and support, deliver workshops/activities social excursions, meet new friends and much more. Runs at Arc, Dovecot Street on a fortnightly basis on Saturdays.
Parents and Children Dyspraxia 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.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Pritthijit Datta
- Contact Position
- Fundraising Manager
- Our Facebook Page
Looking for dyspraxic adults and parents and dyspraxic children to join the support group sessions
Please contact Pritthijit on 07804368585 or email pritthijit@roseberrycommunityconsortium to inquire further information about the group.
Where to go
Arc, Dovecot Street
Stockton on Tees
- TS18 1LL
Time / Date Details
- Time of day
- Session Information
ARC, 1PM AT STOCKTON ON TEES
ARC, 5PM AT STOCKTON ON TEES
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type 0.00
- Free workshop and sessions
- Referral required
- Referral Details
If you are or know anyone affected by dyspraxia, please signpost to the groups
Please contact Pritthijit Datta on 07804368585
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