Rosanna is a 31 year old dyspraxic from Leeds. She was diagnosed aged 18 after spending much of her life wondering why she felt so different. She aims to write how being a parent with dyspraxia affects her personally, socially and emotionally to help dyspraxic parents-to-be feel less anxious.
I am a dyspraxic mother to two little boys; ‘L’ who is nearly four and ‘A’ who is two months. Having dyspraxia has always made me prone to tiredness. It often takes me far longer to conduct practical tasks than it does a neurotypical person and I often have to concentrate harder in order to […]Read More