The A.W.D.A.A. self-help group, established in 2002, develops self-confidence, social interaction and skills in adults with developmental dyspraxia. Dyspraxia is a complex condition and part of a continuum of difficulties that includes Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Many members of the A.W.D.A.A. group (age range 15-54) have low self-esteem and often feel isolated. This is a unique initiative providing fundamental help for adults whose inability to enter the job market and maintain a place within it stems from their unhelpful experiences e.g. self-harm, which can be an issue for those exposed to long-term bullying, as well as directly from the symptoms of dyspraxia.