Jonny was diagnosed with Dyspraxia aged 7 after his teachers noticed he was incapable of sitting in a chair without falling out of it. He is a writer with two published books to his name and also contributes articles to a number of publications, on subjects ranging from football to film, travel to childcare. Jonny is 25 years old and lives in Manchester.
Every dyspraxic knows what it’s like to lose your keys five times a day or forget someone’s name as soon as you’ve heard it. Poor short-term memory is a big challenge but there are plenty of ways to get around it. 5) The Invisible Security Guard The number of wallets, phones and sets of keys […]Read More
Every child has difficulties when starting primary school, but dyspraxic children can have even more trouble than usual when beginning their journey through the education system. Remembering bags and equipment, completing homework on time and even getting dressed can all be problematic for dyspraxics and add up to create a lot of extra stress. But […]Read More