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5 Things You Never Knew About Dyspraxia

By | March 6th, 2015|Help and Advice, Listmania|

Most people know what dyslexia is, but many don’t understand what dyspraxia is, and up to 50% of people with dyslexia also have dyspraxia, such as myself. It’s important that people are aware of dyspraxia and [...]

A Meeting of Minds

By | February 24th, 2015|Help and Advice, News and Views|

A few weeks ago The Codpast was invited to the launch of a brand new initiative which many have dubbed, ‘The TripAdvisor of Disabilities.’ SENDirect is an online directory, which  will bring disability services from across [...]

Time Bank Tip #1: Word Search

By | February 20th, 2015|Help and Advice|

This is a great one for those of you that find looking for a specific words, or subject matter, within a list or large body of text difficult. Note: I tend to ramble so if your [...]

Walk in the shoes of a Dyslexic

By | December 9th, 2014|Help and Advice|

There is a theory that says, the way each individual experiences the world may be unique to that individual. The theory states that although we all agree strawberries and tomatoes are red, what our brains interpret [...]

Whispersync: A marriage of convenience

By | October 19th, 2014|Assistive Tech, Help and Advice|

As a Dyslexic, reading is something I’ll always have a love hate relationship with. It’s frustrating, exhausting and downright daunting. But on the flip side, being engrossed in a book can be a magical experience. As [...]

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