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Dyspraxia - October 5th 2010, 12:17 AM

I have uh... well I have severe dyspraxia. About as bad as you can get. I just wanted to know how many people know anyone with it, and if anyone here have it too?
   
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Re: Dyspraxia - October 5th 2010, 06:22 PM

i have dyspraxia not really bad though, but i am rather clumsy and often fall over my own two feet and mis judge things.



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Re: Dyspraxia - October 6th 2010, 05:07 PM

Hey there (:

I don't have it but I know plenty about it! You're more than welcome to talk to me if you need anything.
   
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Re: Dyspraxia - October 6th 2010, 07:37 PM

I have dyspraxia. It would have probably been severe when I was a kid but as I had a late diagnosis, I was 14, I kinda learnt to cope with it. So if u ever wanna talk about it, I'm here
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Re: Dyspraxia - October 6th 2010, 08:14 PM

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I have dyspraxia. It would have probably been severe when I was a kid but as I had a late diagnosis, I was 14, I kinda learnt to cope with it. So if u ever wanna talk about it, I'm here
Same situation only got diagnosed about 6 months ago, and I have seriously bad. I'm meant to be like A* but thanks to my school not diagnosing me, I haven't been learning properly so I'm nowhere near that good.
   
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Re: Dyspraxia - October 8th 2010, 09:42 PM

My boyfriend is dyspraxic, and if he hadnt told anyone i don't think anyone would notice. But after he told me, I can see that his hands are really shakey, which is rather unfortunate for him as he is a chemistry student working with all that lab equipment! And also he needs someone to write things down for him in exams because his writing is illegible. He is also quite clumsy.

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