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DYSPRAXIA & MASCULINITY

Tom talks about how living with dyspraxia has challenged his perception of himself and his masculinity.

PONDERINGS ON MY OWN EDUCATION

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

ADJUSTING TO MOTHERHOOD AS A DYSPRAXIC WOMAN

I am a dyspraxic mother to two little boys; ‘L’ who is nearly four and ‘A’ who is two months. Having dyspraxia has always made me prone to tiredness. It often takes me far longer to conduct practical tasks than…

THE DAY I TOLD THE WORLD I WAS DYSPRAXIC

Dyspraxia & Life founder Pete shares the Facebook post in which he tells his friends and family that he has lived with Dyspraxia his whole life.

INTRODUCING…THE TWO DYSPRAXICS

In the first of edition of a regular column the dynamic duo introduce themselves.

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…

DYSPRAXIA AND PERSONAL TRAINING

Legal secretary Sophie talks about her exercise adventures and how working out and dyspraxia mix.

THE BIG INTERVIEW WITH HARRIET KEMSLEY

We speak to stand-up comedian and fellow dyspraxic Harriet Kemsley fresh from her appearance on Channel 4 panel show ‘8 out of 10 Cats:Does Countdown’ .

Q&A WITH A SEN DRIVING INSTRUCTOR

We sit down with special educational needs specialist driving instructor Harry for a chat about learning to drive as a dyspraxic.

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