Growing up with dyspraxia is a constant battle against bullies, ignorance and feelings of inferiority – the only way forward is positive thinking, self-belief and retaining your humility
A Manchester artist is looking to create a piece of contemporary art that will tackle the ‘taboo’ mental health issues and help those battling their inner demons.
Kathy Adams was devastated to receive the heartbreaking news that her daughter Melissa had Angelman Syndrome in 2006 – but was inspired to set up the Melissa Adams Angelman Foundation alongside other members of the family and friends.
Living with Dyspraxia: Woman reveals life with disorder that affects one in ten ahead of Manchester workshop
Dyspraxia sufferer discusses life with disorder ahead of The Dyspraxia Event at Manchester Conference Centre
NHS Manchester shake-up as report reveals schizophrenics are out of work and die ’20 years too young’
A report from charity’s Schizophrenia Commission revealed the failings
‘At times I felt close to a breakdown’: Charity campaign vows to end stigma of depression in young adults
MM’s Jessica Phillips shares her university experience of anxiety.
Don’t party like it’s the end of the world: Authorities warn Manchester against excessive drinking on Mad Friday
Revellers warned ahead of year’s ‘crazy’ day – Mad Friday.
‘People are scared to go out’: Licensing scheme gets further backing, as Wiganers fear for safety on nights out
One man was left dead after an incident on King Street.
Firm vs firm: Manchester film portrays United and City rivalry in football hooligan movie, A Mancunian Story
Craig Quinn directs the North West’s first football hooligan film.
Jessi-Cat won a years’ supply of cat litter.
Severe budget cuts and social and economic problems have not changed