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    Dus eney one no of eney night clubs that acomade pope with disablateys i have dislexia and dispraxia wich afect alot of difrent things for me eg rembering popels names i talk to and my movmet wich makes it harder for me to tack part wich is not much fun.


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    Dus eney one no of eney night clubs that acomade pope with disablateys i have dislexia and dispraxia wich afect alot of difrent things for me eg rembering popels names i talk to and my movmet wich makes it harder for me to tack part wich is not much fun.


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    Hey! I've been studying Dispraxia/Dyspraxia on my course at uni. From my experience, night clubs are very busy and people often push past people. Depending on how severe your Dyspraxia is, it may be best starting by going to a bar, which are less busy. Then see how that environment suits you
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    (Original post by BurstingBubbles)
    Hey! I've been studying Dispraxia/Dyspraxia on my course at uni. From my experience, night clubs are very busy and people often push past people. Depending on how severe your Dyspraxia is, it may be best starting by going to a bar, which are less busy. Then see how that environment suits you
    Thanks iv. Tryed it befor but i found it qwit intimadating
    And sturgeld dancing


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