Podcast: TTT 017 : Understanding Dyspraxia and how to better support dyspraxic individuals with Maxine Frances Roper
03 December 2015
Maxine Frances Roper is a freelance writer and speaker. She writes for a variety of publications on health, education and the arts, and trains businesses and organisations in how to identify and support people with dyspraxia. She has presented to companies from a range of sectors including Sainsburys, IdeasTap, St Mungos, Deloitte, the National Audit Office, the Open University and the Business Disability Forum. She has a keen interest in mental health and its links with dyspraxia and related conditions. As well as journalism and copywriting, she writes fiction and memoir: her first screenplay was longlisted for the BBC Script Room in 2013. Maxine has a degree in social sciences from Durham University and a Postgraduate Diploma in journalism from Cardiff University. She is a trustee of The Dyspraxia Foundation.