Contact Me, F.A.Q. & Survey

Contact me

Perhaps you like to get in contact because you have a burning question, an idea, or some feedback for me then please get in touch by the following ways:

1 Contact by a message on posts/pages:

 You may use the contact/comment box on each post or page to leave a message if you so desire, however, I must warn you that
1) It will become public if I reply or approve it
2) I have an anti-spam widget in place which may delete your comment, (hopefully not though!) so I really do recommend using one of the below methods. 

 

2 Contact by Social Media Pages and Sites
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I have set up a few Social Media pages to help push my blog out there and make it easier to contact me in various ways:

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Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q)

A section dedicated to your questions or questions that may crop up. Please feel free to drop me a question for me to answer.

Why does it say “running up the down escalator” on the Home Page?

What's with the new logo? Is there a special meaning behind it?

Why have the titles changed and not as snazzy as before?

Why is the survey closed?

Your blog keeps changing. Is that always going to happen?

 

Survey 

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Thanks to all that took the first survey, as it has helped me fine tune this site to make it better. Since then there have been major changes to the site and as a result, all results are now out-of -date. The new survey is now up, please feel free to take it – even if you did the old one! 

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If you like to keep up-to-date with all my posts then you can do so by following any of the various social medias I have set up. You’ll find the links at the top of this page.

5 thoughts on “Contact Me, F.A.Q. & Survey

  1. Hi Robert
    i like your blog! First one that came up when I entered “positive things about dysrpaxia.”
    My eldest son was diagnosed at 7 so it’s an issue that’s close to my heart. I’m now working with children who have various neurological specialisms. I thought you might be interested in looking at Olive Hickmott’s site.http://www.thehickmottpartnership.co.uk/empoweringlearning/index.htm. I did some training with Olive and although the site centres around dyslexia, Olive’s level 2 training focuses on dyspraxia, autism etc. She’s very interested in grounding and using mental imagery to help children to learn more easily and manage their visual input.
    Thanks Robert and Good Luck.
    Warm regards
    Coralie 🙂

    • Hi Coralie,
      Thanks for your kind words…and I’m glad my blog was easily found :D. I’m trying to network websites together so if Olive wouldn’t mind I could add her website to my string of sites so other people could access it more easily. I’ve taken a look at Olive’s site and I think it’s excellent.
      Thanks again for visiting, the comment and the link
      Regards
      Robert

  2. Hi Rodge!
    What a wonderful blog you have created here, thank you so much for sharing your experiences, feelings and all the really great info on Dyspraxia.

    Just a little background on myself and where I am coming from: 🙂 My name is Cynthia Houle, I am from Canada and I am currently going to College studying Kinesiology. I have always been a very empathetic person, moving pretty much every 5 years of my life so I have had to adapt to many different people, places and experiences. I am that person that always puts everybody above herself, and would do just about anything to help somebody! I am also very into yoga after feeling the direct benefits it had in my life, so I took Kinesiology to complement this passion and to gain the skills on how I can give back this knowledge and utilize my passion for teaching and helping people.

    I am taking a course right now on Adapted Physical Education and its all about how we can adapt our current system to make physical activities more accessible, fun and enjoyable for EVERYbody. We are learning about the possible disabilities we can come across and how we can enlighten and focus on the abilities of the individual vs. just categorizing all people under one term. Make sense? Well, anyways i wont blabber on for too much longer. A few classmates and I are studying Dyspraxia and doing a case study. Your blog has been a wonderful resource and you as an individual are a really interesting person! I would like to get to know a bit more about you and if possible, ask you, a real person really living with Dyspraxia some general questions about your physical abilities and if any, what opportunities have you had in your life to be physically active? I am very moved by your expression of how Dyspraxia has socially affected your life, if I may be so bold to ask, has it affected your physical abilities in any way inhibiting you from participating, and if so, is there anything that you would really like to be able to do that you feel you havn’t had the chance to, but would like to try?

    I hope that wasn’t too much, I threw a lot in there. If you have any concerns with me or anything i have asked please let me know!! I really appreciate you even just reading this, but I really look forward to a response and wish you the best of luck if not!

    Thank you 🙂

    Cynthia

  3. As time passes I will be collecting other links to peoples’ Blogs and websites and listing them under “USEFUL WEBSITES” keep tabs on it and you may find some new ones shortly! Also if you come across any blogs/websites of interest send me a link so I can have a look and put it up on my blog

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