Ryan is an Irish musician who has struggled with Dyspraxia from a very young age but remains undiagnosed.
I’ve previously talked about my academic development and the effects that dyspraxia had on my journey. I am now 7 months on from my graduation and 9 months on from submitting my thesis so this will be a personal account on how my post-education experience has been. Recently I’ve found myself to be mentally […]Read More
1. In the years before I had a clue what Dyspraxia was, my twin brother commented as I munched on a sandwich. He said I was eating it with the concentration and focus of someone trying to dismantle a bomb. To the untrained eye, there’s not much that goes into eating a BLT. To me, […]Read More
I’ve often left my house wondering if I had my keys, if I locked the door and if I brushed my teeth. I usually find my keys in my pocket, taste the mint in the mouth then pray I locked the door before getting on with my day. Two common things for me and my […]Read More
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 […]Read More