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Dyspraxia with Rosemary Richings

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We are thrilled to have Rosemary Richings on the podcast today, to chat with us about her experience of dyspraxia. Rosemary is a writereditor, and public speaker specialising in disability and neurodiversity, and she is the author of Stumbling Through Space and Time: Living Life With Dyspraxia. Rosemary is on the board of trustees of Dyspraxic Me, a charity for dyspraxic young adults.


In this episode we cover:

  • What is dyspraxia?
  • How is dyspraxia diagnosed?
  • Rosemary’s experience of dyspraxia from childhood to adulthood.
  • The mental load of neurodivergence.
  • What has been helpful in accommodating and supporting dyspraxia for Rosemary.


You can find Rosemary through her socials here, and through her website.


You can access more information on dyspraxia through the Developmental Coordination Disorder Australia website.


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