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13 FAMOUS NEURODIVERGENT WOMEN

    Hello folks! I am Chloe, a 24-year-old dyspraxic and dyslexic woman from the UK. I, along with many other neurodivergent women, received my diagnoses in adulthood after years of emotional, academic and social difficulties which I could never explain. For my entire life, I was the odd woman out and had to work […]

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THE DYSPRAXIC FILM MAKER: A PROLOGUE

To quote a song lyric: “my mind is like a puzzle or a Rubik’s Cube”. My mind was often working overtime thinking about many different things. Piecing them together was like a puzzle that kept changing or was like doing a jigsaw with no picture on the box.   As I got older, I found […]

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DYSPRAXIA AND THE POWER OF CREATIVITY

There is a strong correlation between people with dyspraxia and creativity. I, for one am very creative and always have been. From the moment I could hold a crayon, I was drawing anyone and anything I could. I had little to no interest in reading like my sister, who was only one year older than […]

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HOW FOOTBALL HELPED MY DYSPRAXIA

Jade tells us about how joining the school football team helped show her what she can do.

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BEING A PERSONAL TRAINER WITH DYSPRAXIA

Perry, a personal trainer and boxing coach with Dyspraxia writes about how he got into boxing and working out.

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OUR CHAT WITH THE DYSPRAXIC FOOTBALL COACH

We sat down with one of the top disability footballers in the UK. Stephen was diagnosed with dyspraxia aged…

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