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Hi, my name is Janners! It would be nice to talk to other dyspraxic adults

Janners
Janners Community member Posts: 6 Listener
edited November 2022 in Autism and neurodiversity
Good to join you`,
I've been dyspraxic all my life, only diagnosed age 40.
Being ancient, at Primary school I was considered lazy clumsy and stupid, there was much surprise when I passed 11plus, similarly g.c.c.e.'s
Work in an office was a nightmare, I did eventually enjoy work as a film extra and forum moderator.
I'm so pleased that two of my dyspraxic grandchildren have much more support and encouragement.
Most forums seem to be for children and parents, it would be nice to talk to other dyspraxic  adults.

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