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dyspraxia - May 1st 2010, 04:23 PM

[SIZE="a"]So when i was 10 I was diagnosed with mild dyspraxia. It had quiet an impact on me in school. My writing is terrible- unreadable. I get very stressed and anxious. And take a very long time doing work.

I've been told theres good help available at university. But what?

And also, i will need a new assessment done thats up to date. How do i get one, and how much will it cost.


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Re: dyspraxia - May 3rd 2010, 06:03 PM

Okay, my boyfriend has dyspraxia and he's at uni. I'm not really sure what help he gets, but he definitly went to like a mini open day when we moved here for people with any kind of disability or anything that will affect their education. His writing is terrible too, so he gets extra time for his exams. I think he gets some kind of bursary, but not sure. Also I think he would have been given a laptop, but he already had a computer anyway.
You'll be alright - my boyfriend's a chemistry student with dyspraxia, but hasn't had any problems that I know of

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