Dyspraxia may be surrounded by stereotypes of being ditzy, clumsy and ungraceful, but it's no laughing matter
The way we talk about mental health is still not sustainable, says Florence Oulds.
Is my rhythm of life more than just an inconvenience to me? Is it also an inconvenience to a capitalist model of production which fails and oppresses so many? If so, are my life and body rhythms wiser than I knew?
My ‘unemployment’ doesn’t mean that I don’t work – it means that I don’t get paid for the work that I do.
It’s Christmas Eve, and I am currently sat on a train on my way home.
I just wish that snowmen and sledging were still possible for me.
Parliment have said autism and mental health is a priority. The MP turnout says otherwise.
Both hearing loss and anxiety taught me about openness.
Emrys Travis on the Italian university system, and how it can affect students with disabilities.