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DYSPRAXIA IN FEMALES: A LOOK AT UNDER-DIAGNOSIS

Amy Boland It was a hot summer’s day in May 2006 when I had finished my final SATS paper, I blew the steam away from my pencil and gazed outside, my eyes opening wide at the prospect of a lovely, bright summer awaiting, no more exams and no homework, bliss! Or so one would think, […]

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WHY THE PUSH FOR DYSPRAXIA AWARENESS IS SO IMPORTANT

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 […]

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DYSPRAXIA & ME

I was officially diagnosed around the age of 10 year old, extensive tests, scans and consultations to determine what was “wrong” with me. As a child it’s daunting, you are going through things that other people your age are not, it’s important to remember that most people going through this now will remember these experiences […]

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HOW I MADE SENSE AT 31

I was 31 years old when I was diagnosed with Dyspraxia. Not as late as some, but certainly not soon enough for anyone, by any stretch! The reason why I found out at that age is because as I turned 30 I decided to go back to University, and study a Masters in Film History. […]

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