July 21, 2018
Alyssa Ruzzin - Chicago, USA
As I said in my last blog post: isolation is the hardest everyday experience. The question is not, "Why does isolation always get in our way?" The question is, "How do we control isolation?" Isolation is always going to be in our life. Did you hear of the expression, "We take risks as we Change."? … Read More More
November 21, 2016
Natalie Williams - ,
Tying shoe laces is, I feel, one of the most common difficulties talked about in relation to dyspraxia, due to our difficulties with fine motor skills. But what can be done to help? I’ve personally found that there are so many different options out there for different types of laces that it can be hard to know which type to get.… Read More More
November 21, 2016
Cheryl Bane - Chicago, IL
Last month I got a call telling me that my 20-year-old daughter, Quincy, was going to begin Chicago Public Schools’ (CPS) Travel Training Program. Gulp. The thought of Quincy taking the city bus completely on her own made me nervous because Quincy had never ridden the bus alone and she has Down syndrome.… Read More More