Dyspraxia Wisconsin to Hold First Meet and Greet

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Dyspraxia Wisconsin announces their first meet & greet to be held on Saturday June 29, 2013. The event will be held at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Port Washington between 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Dyspraxia Wisconsin announces their first meet & greet to be held on Saturday June 29, 2013. The event will be held at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Port Washington between 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dyspraxia Wisconsin in coordination with A Community for a Positive Tomorrow will be hosting a picnic style meet & greet for Wisconsin individuals and families affected by Dyspraxia.

The purpose of the meet and greet is to bring children and adults with Dyspraxia including their families together who live all over Wisconsin. The group will be discussing how to best meet the needs of children and adults affected by Dyspraxia. The group is actively recruiting members, advocates, teachers, occupational therapists, physical therapists and doctors. The professionals will serve as advisors and train their colleagues about Dyspraxia.

About Dyspraxia Wisconsin and Dyspraxia USA
The purpose of Dyspraxia Wisconsin and Dyspraxia USA is to promote understanding, acceptance and education about the neurological disorder. Dyspraxia Wisconsin is a volunteer group that operates under the umbrella of the fast growing Dyspraxia USA Foundation based in Chicago IL. Similar groups under the same organization are rapidly forming across the United States.

About Dyspraxia
Dyspraxia is a little known but widely pervasive neurological condition that causes problems with gross and fine motor skills, coordination, memory, judgment and executive function. This disorder affects 1 out of 10 people. Many children and adults are undiagnosed. Children who have dyspraxia do not meet developmental milestones on time. Dyspraxia is known as a hidden disorder. It is not obvious just by looking at someone when they in fact have special needs. Dyspraxia may be co-morbid with many other conditions. To learn more about Dyspraxia, visit the Dyspraxia USA Foundation website at http://www.dyspraxiausa.org.

Contact
To learn more, please contact
Gary Gierach
929 N Lakeview AVE
Port Washington, WI
E-mail ggierach2000(at)yahoo(dot)com
(262) 284-2282

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