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THREE LESSONS I’LL NEVER FORGET

Pete takes us back to an experience in primary school that he will never, ever forget.

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THE BIG INTERVIEW WITH MP EMMA LEWELL-BUCK

We were very lucky to have a chat with Emma Lewell-Buck, the Labour MP for South Shields about life, work and possibly being the first Dyspraxic MP to sit in the House of Commons.

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Johnny English Strikes Again

Johnny English strikes again. I found it most interesting and wonderful that I saw this hilarious comedy on Dyspraxia awareness week. As I am sat cosying up in my plush, comfy seat, I hear the roar of laughter surround me. He clambers around just like the rest of us. I do not want to give […]

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DYSPRAXIA & ME

I was officially diagnosed around the age of 10 year old, extensive tests, scans and consultations to determine what was “wrong” with me. As a child it’s daunting, you are going through things that other people your age are not, it’s important to remember that most people going through this now will remember these experiences […]

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MY ACADEMIC JOURNEY

Ryan tells us about his experience of growing up with dyspraxia in Ireland.

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SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER – I HATE HAND DRYERS

In this article I am going to discuss sensory processing disorder, or really, how sensory processing disorder affects me.  What a lot of people do not know is that dyspraxia can often but not always come in hand with various other conditions, including: Autism, ADHD, dyslexia and sensory processing disorder. My focus is on the […]

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MY AVERAGE DAY AS AN ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY TRAINER AND WORKPLACE STRATEGY COACH

I thought I’d start this piece with a brief introduction to myself. My name is Chris and I’m 35. In 2014, I was diagnosed with dyspraxia (I knew I had this and that this diagnosis was severe from early childhood) and mild dyslexia.For nearly 8 years, I have worked as a Workplace Strategy Coach, specialising […]

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Q&A WITH BARBARA NEILL, AUTHOR OF DYSPRAXIA & HYPNOTHERAPY

We sat down with Barbara Neill, hypnotherapist and author of ‘Dypraxia & Hypnotherapy’ to find out what it’s all about. So dyspraxia and hypnotherapy. Why the interest in dyspraxia and has it affected you personally? What is your own personal definition of dyspraxia, (as it is often misunderstood)? I’m interested in Dyspraxia because I have […]

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DYSPRAXIA & MASCULINITY

Tom talks about how living with dyspraxia has challenged his perception of himself and his masculinity.

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PONDERINGS ON MY OWN EDUCATION

Amy reflects on her own education as she prepares to start her teacher training.

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