A few weeks ago I took to Facebook to tell my family and friends that I have dyspraxia and how learning about this in my 30’s has changed not only how I view myself but everyone around me. I am now looking into getting an assessment in adulthood.
(What follows is an account of my dyspraxia and how it has affects me and is not meant to serve as an all encompassing definition of the condition as we all incredibly varied and different)
This is what told them…
Many of you who know me will know I do not always come across as the most conventional of people. Dare I say ‘quirky’.