Welcome to the back of the blog; the place where I tie up any loose ends. As I’ve jam-packed my blog with several pages and topics it can make navigating around tricky. Therfore, I have created a list of links to get around my blog.
+ The Dyspraxia Timeline
+ About me, my Dyspraxia and the important people
+ The History of the Blog
LIFE WITH DYSPRAXIA/DCD
+ Living with Dyspraxia
+ Fantastic (Dyspraxic) Kids
+ Relationships with People
+ My Stand Against Bullying
+ Video Gaming & Dyspraxia/DCD
THE POSITIVES AND THE NEGATIVES
+ The Positives
+ The Negatives
STATS, FACTS AND OTHER NAMESCHARITIES
+ Self Support
+ Supporting Children with Dyspraxia
+ Getting Support
+ Stress and Anxiety
+ Valuable Tools and Gadgets
+ My Stand Against Bullying
+ Recommended Websites
CONTACT ME, F.A.Q, & SURVEY
+ Higher Functioning Autism (Asperger’s Syndrome)
+ Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) & Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
+ Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
THE FANTASTIC STORE
THE FANTASTIC CORNER (EXTRAS)
+ Dyspraxic Characters
+ Library of Dyspraxia Memes
Across my blog I have used words that are different, confusing or really specific. Here’s a list of the mian ones:
ADD: Attention Deficit Disorder.
ADHD: Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.
DCD: Developmental Co-ordination Disorder
Dyspraxia: The ‘condition’s’ current name.
Dyspraxic: A person /individual who has been diagnosed with Dyspraxia.
Fine Motor Control: The ‘little’ movements. (Examples: tracking something with eyes, clicking, and tying shoe laces).
Gross Motor Control: The ‘big’ movements of the body (Examples: Walking or moving an arm/leg).
Learning Difference: Alternative way of describing someone with a disability. Instead of labelling someone with a disability label it promotes a more positive image.
Occupation Therapist: A professional who seeks out learning disabilities in people. They can then bring it to the individual’s attention. Additionally, they can offer guidance and support for the individual.
Self Esteem: What a person thinks or feels about themselves.
Speech Therapist: A professional who helps people gain the ability to talk or communicate.
Tangibly Familiar: A term I’ve coined to describe a metaphor used for depression.
A big thanks for visiting Dyspraxic Fantastic, I really appriciate it. I hope you’ve found what you’re looking for and maybe even some extra content too. Dyspraxia is confusing at the best of times and the lack of understanding makes it harder. Even moreso when you take into account the lack of awareness and how random it can be. Therefore, I’m always looking to improve and add to my site to make it the best it can possibly be. Nevertheless, if you have any questions or feedback thren please drop me a comment.