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MAKING FRIENDS WITH DYSPRAXIA

Claire talks about her Dyspraxia and the subject of making friends.

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10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT DYSPRAXIA

The man behind popular website Dyspraxic Fantastic guides us through 10 things people really ought to know about the condition.

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WORRY, A BUSY MIND AND LEARNING TO COPE

Pete talks about his anxiety, self-consciousness and shyness and strategies he uses to manage his worrying.

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IN CONVERSATION WITH GILL DIXON

We had the pleasure of chatting with Gill Dixon, a former trustee of the Dyspraxia Foundation and their current Ambassador.

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MY REALITY – WHY THINGS AREN’T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM

Every single morning I’m sitting at my desk in my office. I’m too sleepy to tidy, with my mug of coffee, no makeup, damp hair and pyjamas. I’ll watch YouTube videos while I eat cereal before leaving half of it because it’s gone soggy, and I’ll get distracted and my coffee will go cold. If […]

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LEARNING ABOUT ANXIETY AND CBT

We talk Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and fighting anxiety with CBT therapist Sadie.

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WHY THE PUSH FOR DYSPRAXIA AWARENESS IS SO IMPORTANT

I was recently invited to attend the “Is it me of my DCD?” summit held by Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland and I met some very interesting people. One common theme I found with this event was how long it has taken a lot of people with dyspraxia to find out what dyspraxia is.   One amazing woman […]

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BEING A PERSONAL TRAINER WITH DYSPRAXIA

Perry, a personal trainer and boxing coach with Dyspraxia writes about how he got into boxing and working out.

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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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