Student Ryan Dowling Cashman explains the background to the Podcasts he created on Dyspraxia as part of his studies. Often when I told people I had dyspraxia they would say you mean dyslexia and wouldn’t know what dyspraxia is. My name is Ryan Dowling Cashman I diagnosed with Dyspraxia at young age. Growing up with Dyspraxia was hard and Challenging but with great support I made it to my final year at university studying Broadcast Media Production at the University of Sunderland. I came over from Ireland on a Top up degree. This brings to me my final year at
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See below for an article published in the monthly members update – sent out to all paid members of the charity – about our recent youth event at the Dyspraxia Foundation London Conference. Join today to recieve your monthly newsletter update and more! Please click on the images below to read them full size.
Hello everyone my name is Daniel Arnold and I’m 25 I got asked to do a write up about myself and my successes with strongman. I was diagnosed with dyspraxia when I was about 5 years old and I have problems with speech, reading and writing, gross motor etc. Through my school life I was bullied and was told I wouldn’t get anywhere in my life by both kids and adults. This wasn’t so much when I was in high school. I did rugby for a few years but because of injuries I had to give it up. I
We are delighted to announce that during the upcoming Dyspraxia Foundation London Conference, Saturday 24th June, we will have two full hours of dedicated events just for youth members. If you are aged between 16-25 please join us for an amazing day! The main conference takes places with speakers from Professor Amanda Kirby, Dr Angela Webb and a very entertaining talk from former young ambassador Liam Plumridge – one of the first young people to appear on national television to talk about Dyspraxia! Further to this we have a dedicated session just for 16-25 year olds, which includes: Presentations on staying safe
As part of the Youth presentations and workshops being held throughout the day we would like to create something made by you; Dyspraxia Foundation Youth! Its an opportunity to be involved in producing a piece of art work that we can use to raise the profile of dyspraxia and show what Dyspraxia means to you. We can then share the finished work to raise awareness as part of Dyspraxia Foundations Awareness week and share on Social media. Working with the support of Olivia Page we have 3 options of what we can look to do on the day please vote