Weekly Roundup – Dyscalculia After Diagnosis & Kaiya Stone

Dyscalculia After the Diagnosis

So you or your child has been diagnosed with dyscalculia, but what do you do now? This article from our Dyscalculia Blog takes you through some steps you can take to help you find your way to tackle these difficulties. Dyscalculia can be treated at any age using various training and multi-sensory techniques, just give it a go and see what works best for you.

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Meet The Oxford Graduate Changing The Way We Think About Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, And ADHD

Kaiya Stone is a comedian and artist who graduated from Oxford University with a degree in classics, and she has all three conditions, which she uses the term ‘neurodiversity’ to describe. She describes in a video what it is like to discover you have dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD at the age of 19 and the hard work and energy she put into studying at Oxbridge.

It’s a brilliant and entertaining insight into her experiences and a highly recommended watch, perhaps you will see her show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer!