A number of our youth focus group members blog and vlog online. You can read their latest blogs here! If you want to know more, or to potentially join our Youth Focus Group then please contact us for more information.

I wanted to share a dream I had last night. I don't usually get peaceful dreams or happy dreams so this was a pretty big thing for me. It came after a long day of stress and it feels like I had this dream to give me a calm place [...]
Wed, Feb 20, 2019
Source: The Rambling Student
There are many branches to the tree of social situations to me. Some of these situations can become difficult for me to interpret in a similar way to others. I am going to take some time to talk about this… As it's something that's often on my mind. One thing I'm [...]
Tue, Feb 19, 2019
Source: Sam’s Dyspraxia Blog
Recently I've been asked, more than once, why I'm a youth worker? Why don't I go into something safer? AS IF I don't know about the extent of the cuts to youth services, and most organisations doing good work struggling to stay afloat. And IF I've chosen to do sessional [...]
Thu, Feb 14, 2019
Source: Alice – A Little More Understanding
A benefit of the 21st Century is that I can write this blog, and thanks to the wonderful world of fonts my writing is completely legible. However, despite the internet and a plethora of fonts, beautiful handwriting is something still to be admired. Not that I would know what it [...]
Thu, Feb 14, 2019
Source: Clumsy Yet Classy
There is a wonderful artist by the name of Tyler Childers. I was listening to one of his songs the other day, ‘The Universal Sound,' and I started to think about what that was. I think the universal sound is a feeling, one that you have to really go back to [...]
Fri, Feb 08, 2019
Source: The Rambling Student
I've been thinking a lot recently about different sorts of games or activities that I have taken part in where I feel it has helped me develop in some areas. Today I felt it was a good point to talk about various things, that if a person with Dyspraxia was to [...]
Sun, Feb 03, 2019
Source: Sam’s Dyspraxia Blog