A week ago today, I arrived in Birmingham for the Dyspraxia Foundation Adult Conference. I’d been looking forward to it for months, but even so, it surpassed my expectations. First things first though, after getting off the train I had to get lost trying to find my hotel in the rain! I had planned to […]
I was in my late 20s when I first seriously considered that I might be dyspraxic. For much of my life, I had wondered if there was something wrong with me that would explain my general lack of coordination, but I didn’t know what that something might be.
When I read about and learned about dyspraxia, a bubble of hope sprung up inside me. Could this be the thing, could it be possible that I wasn’t making something out of nothing?
Yesterday I went to the Dyspraxia Foundation’s AGM and conference in London. The sun was shining when I left the house and I was all set to have a great day – except for the pounding headache that painkillers had so far failed to shift. I was really pleased with myself when I got to […]
It seems a bit of a tradition for us dyspraxic bloggers to write a post about what dyspraxia actually is. Fortunately, awareness does seem to be increasing, no doubt helped by Ryan’s dyspraxia in Dr Who and people like Daniel Radcliffe being open about their dyspraxia. That’s great, but I’m still unclear. What’s dyspraxia? Dyspraxia […]