Sophie is a legal secretary and lives in Dublin, Ireland. She was diagnosed with dyspraxia in childhood.
Growing up with dyspraxia can be a very lonely place at times – particularly if you grew up in a time where it was almost unheard of or you were the only one among your peers who had it. It was my, as I am sure countless others’, experience that there was an endless amount […]Read More
This piece was written by our lovely Irish contributor Sophie and first published on her fantastic facebook page ‘Personal Training with Dyspraxia’ which chronicles are adventures in the gym. GROSS MOTOR CO-ORDINATION SKILLS (LARGE MOVEMENTS): Poor balance. Difficulty in riding a bicycle, going up and down hills Poor posture and fatigue. Difficulty in standing […]Read More
Here are a few of the most common misconceptions about Dyspraxia that I have heard, even up as far as last week. 1. “I thought you just grew out of that as you get older.” Dyspraxia is defined as a lifelong neurological disorder. This means that while challenges can very well be managed with the […]Read More