I was interviewed on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire to discuss what it is like living with dyspraxia, and to talk about my campaign.
My story also appeared in the Cambridge News. Click here to read the article.
I have received some really positive feedback following my broadcast piece.
‘I recently saw your ITV report on dyspraxia and was so pleased that you are raising awareness of the condition. I found it both interesting and inspiring for others with dyspraxia. If you host any events in the future I would love to come and meet you all.’
‘Good for you Ben, well done. You should be proud of yourself. It’s about time people understood dyspraxia.’
‘I’m 30 years old and I have dyspraxia. I was 9 when I was diagnosed. It’s brilliant what Ben has done for people with dyspraxia.'
‘Well done Ben for being proactive in making dyspraxia/developmental control difficulties more well known, and for creating a support network.’
‘I have a 10 year old daughter with dyspraxia who struggles with all the usual symptoms. Listening to your story on the news has filled me with encouragement for the future for my daughter. I would love to learn more about how you overcome and manage your difficulties on a daily basis, to understand how I can help my daughter deal with everyday life and prepare her for the big wide world.’