An Accidental Songwriter and Moors, Music and Meditation. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion - what it means in reality

As someone who has an unseen disability ( dyscalculia and slight dyspraxia), I have to operate in a world where I constantly have to metaphorically dance and adjust to function in a world which is not set up for these things. As an otherwise intelligent reflective adult I have largely learnt to work round these things: eg I work in the creative, people, empathic areas of life in which I excel, I don’t drive on motorways and I don’t chop vegetables with big knives! I create day plans that I carry in my pocket that tell me what I am doing next so I don’t forget my changing daily timetable ( short term memory problems are part of dyscalculia). So, most of the time I forget until I come across an issue in the wider world that brings it home to me. Click here to read on


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