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Getting lost and disorientated, is something that happens to many people recognised with neurological differences such as: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Aspergers and ADHD; but is that such a bad thing? Being dyslexic and ADHD, getting lost can be a regular occurrence, this doesn’t always bode well when time is not on your side and you have [...]
“I’m gonna eat you little fishy, I’m gonna eat you little fishy… Meeeooow!” I have been told that I am a lookalike to Danny John-Jules, specifically having character traits to that of the character ”Cat” he plays in the TV series RedDwarf; who at times displays ADDer traits. The above quote from the Cat, seemed like the perfect [...]
The other week my wife and I were discussing iPhone insurance, having hers stolen on the London Underground (mothers of small children, looking flustered due to pushchairs and baby accessories are targets for predatory gadget hunters with no scruples or courage). When the iPhone 5 came out, along with the new iPod Touch, a feature [...]
The day started with a phone call to Fiona Hutchinson, to unfortunately explain that I was stereotypically running late, and a bit disorientated as to where I was supposed to be. After a small amount of anxiety about finding a new place; an approximate ten minute walk from Borough station is where I found the [...]
What is the point of reading…? …not the place as that is a heteronym, making sure not to offend any residents. Why do we read? Learning the mechanics of reading I wasn’t assessed as dyslexic until I was in the second year of my BA Hon’s. I didn’t really read much till then; I would [...]
There are many people who have done exceedingly well due to having a diagnosis of ADHD or to have been presumed to be or have been ADHD. Prominent individuals who have “come out” as having an ADHD diagnosis include: Michael Phelps, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Jim Carrey and Rory Bremner to name a few. Those [...]
Anyone who has received assistive technology tutoring from any of NeuroKnowHow tutors, or know that we strongly advocate the use of keyboard shortcuts. Whether you are a Windows PC user on Apple Mac user, keyboard shortcuts help you to save time and also reduced the risk of developing RSI (repetitive strain injury), and carpal tunnel syndrome; [...]
The image above can resonate with some of us, how filling in forms can infuriate and take a lot of energy out us, leaving us tired and frustrated and sometimes not even wanting to bother. Well that’s how society can exclude many of us with neurological differences. A big sigh when we see [...]
NeuroKnowHow are happy to help in enabling people to understand their strengths and weaknesses. With this in mind, if you feel that you may have symptoms of ADHD or have a diagnosis of ADHD then you may be eligible to take part in a new study at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. [...]
Dr Naomi Folb has worked extremely hard to bring some of the most well known and obscure but brilliant poets together for an anthology. Published by RASP her publishing company, Forgotten letters is the first of it’s kind; a paradox that can be held in the palm of your hand. There are some notable poets [...]
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