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Any advice contained within our articles is based on the personal experience of the author and does not constitute medical or professional advice. There are some absolutely amazing sources of support and below is an every growing list.
DYSPRAXIA – SPECIFIC
The Dyspraxia Foundation is the national charity dedicated to the support of people living with dyspraxia. You can visit their website at:
They also run a helpline Monday-Friday between 9am and 1pm.
999 or 111
In the case of a medical emergency call 999 or in cases where it isn’t an emergency you can call 111.
Samaritans is a free 24/7 phone line for people who need someone to talk to about their problems. They can be reached on
CALM (The Campaign against living miserably) is a phone line service for men who are suffering mental health problems.
They can be reached on
0800 58 58 58
Anxiety UK is a charity supporting people with associated anxiety disorders and phobias. There helpline runs Monday-Friday 9:30-17:30.
If your housing situation is causing you concern and want support and advise on your rights you can contact charity Shelter on
0808 800 4444
Step Change are a leading UK charity supporting people with debt and money-management issues.
ALCOHOL & DRUGS
Addaction is a leading addiction charity.
ACAS is a free advice centre and helpline for people needing advice in the workplace or advice on their rights as employees.
The helpline runs between 8am-6pm Monday-Friday.
0300 123 1100
If you have a general question or concern you can call your local Citizens Advice Bureau. You can find your local branch here…