Dyspraxia & Life is an online platform/magazine aimed at giving adults Dyspraxics a voice and a chance to tell their stories and share their thoughts to help spread awareness of their condition. We launched in October 2018.
Jessica Wilberforce is a self-diagnosed Dyspraxic, mother to a Dyspraxic son and an author with two novels to her name. We checked in with her during lockdown to learn a bit about her and the books she has written so far and the neurodivergent lead character at the heart of her stories. 1. Could you […]Read More
You can now download our ‘What Is Dyspraxia/DCD’ poster. Feel free to download, print it off and use as you like. Here’s to more people learning about Dyspraxia and the huge variety of potential traits. dyspraxia poster Please follow and like us:Read More
The HMRC launched a brand new online platform submitting tax details on Thursday and Dyspraxia & Life were asked to play a part in its development with three writers being involved testing it out during the development and providing feedback, comments and insight into how their Dyspraxia can affect how they interact with and process […]Read More
We sat down with Lizzie De La Force, a tattoo artist from Cardiff to find out more about who she is how, what she does and the about the part Dyspraxia plays in her life. When were you diagnosed and how did you feel about it? Did it come as a shock? When i was […]Read More
We chatted to Stephen Morris a Paralympian runner and a Dyspraxic who raced at the London 2012 Paralympic Games as a proud member of team GBRead More
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 […]Read More