Buckley graduate 'made to feel stupid' until doctors diagnosed rare condition



When Sam Peers was growing up he struggled with tasks some people saw as basic, such as gripping a pencil and learning to tell the time.
His difficulty left him feeling he was “stupid” and “worried” and would land him in trouble at school with teachers mistaking his inability to do things as bad behaviour.
But it wasn’t until Sam from Buckley started to learn shorthand while studying journalism at Liverpool John Moores University that he sought help and tests revealed he has Dyspraxia.
The condition is a form of developmental coordination disorder, which can affect speech and also... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 49
Source: Daily Post
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