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The Burnout – Dyspraxia and Mental Health

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 […]

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My Dyspraxia Development

I’m going to talk about my experiences of dyspraxia during two very different periods of my life. The first period was when I was at boarding school in The 1970s. The school placed a lot of emphasis on the sport which was a nightmare for me. My physical coordination is appalling. My inability to move […]

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5 WAYS TO HELP DYSPRAXICS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL

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 […]

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THREE LESSONS I’LL NEVER FORGET

Pete takes us back to an experience in primary school that he will never, ever forget.

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MY ACADEMIC JOURNEY

Ryan tells us about his experience of growing up with dyspraxia in Ireland.

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PONDERINGS ON MY OWN EDUCATION

Amy reflects on her own education as she prepares to start her teacher training.

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GETTING A DEGREE – UNI & SUPPORT

Natalie writes about the support she received at university.

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