• Dyspraxia & Autism | How to Recognise the Signs of Dyspraxia & Autism

    It is important to maintain the information shared about each condition and to be careful not to cross over traits too widely. While there are many crossovers, it is essential to make sure that talking about them does not risk producing misinformation. Doing so could leave many not being aware of all the conditions they could be getting support for. Many of us may not realise that we would qualify for more than one diagnosis due to this. So let's dive into what qualifies someone for a dyspraxia diagnosis and/or an autism (ASD) diagnosis.
  • The importance of including self-diagnosed people in online communities

    Online communities have become an integral part of our daily lives, providing platforms for people to connect, share experiences, and seek support. However, in order to foster inclusive environments, it is crucial that these communities embrace and accept neurodivergent individuals, including those who may not possess an official diagnosis but identify themselves as such. 
  • Is an Adult Dyspraxia/DCD NHS diagnosis possible?

    We have interviewed several dyspraxic adults to share how different each person's experiences are and what some of the similarities may be. No two ...
  • Considering A Late Diagnosis for Dyspraxia | Ivan Lewis - UK

    If you have decided to try for a diagnosis of DCD, here are some things to think over ahead of time:

    • Be prepared to revisit childhood behaviours when collecting evidence as dyspraxia is a lifelong condition.
  • The Difficulty Of Obtaining A Diagnosis And Support Across The World

    Receiving support for dyspraxia can be difficult, and depending on where you are in the world can make that more challenging. It often feels like luck to receive an ample amount of support, like being in the right place at the right time.