Developmental coordination disorder (DCD) also known as developmental dyspraxia and clumsy child syndrome is a chronic neurological disorder beginning in childhood that can affect planning of movements and co-ordination as a result of brain messages not being accurately transmitted to the body. Up to 50% of those with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) also have DCD. It may be diagnosed in the absence of other motor or sensory impairments like cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease.’
Source: Wikipedia

Blogs by those with:

  • Diverse Learners – http://Diverse-learners.co.uk/blog
    ‘The whole team at Diverse-Learners have experienced: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD, ASD and/or mental health issues personally and within their family. This is a collection of thoughts and experiences from the team and students at Diverse-Learners.’
  • Dyspraxia tips for adults – http://www.youtube.com/diverselearners
    ‘I vlog with my 17 year old daughter about our experiences of dyspraxia. Offering tips, hints, positivity and laughs.’
  • MyDyslexicBlog – http://MyDyslexicBlog.wordpress.com
    ‘MyDyslexicBlog tells the story of my life with dyslexia and dyspraxia. I offer support and advice for others as well and talk about my views on a number of topics. I do my best to give motivational boost by telling my story so openly and honestly outlining all my difficulties and set backs but also outlining all I have achieved to date in life.’
  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’
  • Rainbow HFAngel – http://www.rainbowhfangel.blogspot.com
    ‘I am 24 I have High-Functioning Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Learning disability. I also deal with mental health conditions. I was non-verbal until I was 7. My blog is about these.’
  • She’s Off Again – http://shesoffagaindiaryofastudentnurse.blogspot.co.uk
    ‘Third year student mental health nurse, blogging my experiences of nurse training. Dyslexia and Dyspraxia are thrown into the mix for good measure :)’
  • Thinking Out Of The Box – http://thinkoutsideofthecardboardbox.blogspot.co.uk
    ‘A blog based on personal experiences surrounding dyspraxia and dyslexia in a neurotypical world, raising awareness of these issues and advice for others going through similar and looking at the positive attributes surrounding them too.’
  • WhyIwonttalk – http://www.whyiwonttalk.com
    Dyspraxic and socially awkward, my blog covers how I’m trying to turn my difficulty into opportunity by becoming a psychologist/superhero. I share my experiences, knowledge and embarrassing moments with the general public.

Blogs by parents of:

  • My Dyspraxic Boy – http://mydyspraxicboy.wordpress.com
    ‘My Dyspraxic Boy is about my son who has Dyspraxia, I use the blog and Facebook page to write about the challenges he faces day to day to try and raise awareness and understanding.’
  • A Year of Homeschooling – http://www.homeschool180.blogspot.com
    ‘My daughter and I both have Dyspraxia. My daughter also has sensory processing issues and dyscalculia. I wonder about ADHD for both of us! I talk about this and more in my blog.’

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

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