It seems like dyspraxia is a realitvely new term in the UK as well with only recently being diagnosed as a condition. I have a friend in the US that was diagnosed with dyspraxia after he came out of school, he shared the same issue as you trying to get a diagnosis. He recommended this site that has some great information and help on the condition.
A lot of people often find my methods of working to be weird, annoying or just dumb and often have to explain to people why I do X in X way instead of their ways. At the end of the day if it works for you then that's the main thing.
If you do get tested I wish you the best of luck!
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