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Recently I read this in The Pool, that really spoke to me and then I cried. I can imagine the issues raised will speak to many, a conversation we certainly need to have more of. I, like many other people, have been scouring job sites since I got home [...]
Thu, Jan 10, 2019
Source: Alice – A Little More Understanding
Modern life seems to celebrate ‘loudness' but for those who are quieter, struggle with confidence and experience social anxiety it can be more tricky. If you are a loud person you seem get more attention, more say, more chances, and also I feel that some louder people seem to feel [...]
Wed, Jan 09, 2019
Source: Matt – PopGoesThe90s
So, it's my first blog post of 2019! New Year's Day was just over a week ago now and was also the day of the last episode of the latest series of Doctor Who. Personally, I wasn't a massive fan of this series, but there's an important reason why I'm [...]
Wed, Jan 09, 2019
Source: Natalie – The Blog With One Post
Originally I was going to tag this on the end of my ‘Is Sayori Dyspraxic' post, but there wasn't enough room for it. A fresh post to have a heart-to-heart about my Dyspraxic Characters project is probably better anyway. As I build my Potential Dyspraxic Character list it's going to attract [...]
Sat, Jan 05, 2019
Source: Robert – DyspraxicFantastic
Dyspraxia and other forms of neurodiversity tend to be defined by what you can't do. You are characterised by how you don't fit in with so-called ‘normal' people, and this is often seen as a bad thing. I know its cheesy, and perhaps a little insensitive of me, to say [...]
Fri, Jan 04, 2019
Source: Dyspraxia Survival Guide
Hello everyone,It's come to the time when I write my end of year blog. It really doesn't feel like two minutes since I wrote my end of year blog last year. This year has been a pretty hard year for me for a number of reasons and circumstances. I've also [...]
Sun, Dec 30, 2018
Source: Rosie – Thinking Out Of The Box

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