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Dyspraxia in Adults Featured image by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels.com Introduction Although dyspraxia can affect people of all ages, this blog post focuses solely on how it can affect adults and how they can cope with it. While dyspraxia does not affect intelligence, it can make daily life
How Exceptional Individuals and Companies They Have Worked with Are Responding to COVID-19 We answer some questions about how we at Exceptional Individuals and companies we have worked with, particularly Universal Music, are responding to the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic. What are EI and other companies doing to protect their staff
How Companies are Making the Most of the COVID-19 Crisis Featured image by Maksim Goncharenok from Pexels.com Introduction Image source: https://www.talkingretail.com/news/industry-news/convenience-stores-show-good-adherence-to-covid-19-safety-measures-01-10-2020/ The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, crisis has made a disruptive impact on companies worldwide. It has caused non-essential high street shops such as River Island and Waterstones to close until
Is Dyslexia a Disability? Source for the featured image: https://sites.google.com/site/tesp302a/13-categories-of-the-idea-disabilities/specific-learning-disability According to the Equality Act 2010, dyslexia is a disability because it is a lifelong condition that affects a person’s ability to read, write, spell and have a good sense of direction. A condition is classed as a disability if
Book Review: All Dogs Have ADHD All photography in this blog post is by April Slocombe. ‘All Dogs Have ADHD’ is a book that Kathy Hoopmann wrote. She wrote it to educate children and their families about ADHD through various stock images of dogs from Shutterstock.co.uk and explanations
Book Review: All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome All photography in this post is by April Slocombe. ‘All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome’ is a book that was written by Kathy Hoopmann, who also wrote ‘All Dogs Have ADHD.’ She wrote it to educate children and their families on Asperger syndrome,
Is Dyspraxia a Disability? Source for the dyspraxia keyring card image: https://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/christmas-dyspraxia-keyring-card/ There is a wide debate as to whether dyspraxia is a disability or not. While dyspraxia is not considered a specific learning disability in America, it is considered a disability worldwide. In the U.K.
7 ADHD Memes We Can Completely Relate To According to the Oxford Dictionary, a meme (pronounced, “meeme”) is “a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc., that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users.” Examples of Internet memes that have been used since the