Dyspraxia is a common disorder affecting fine and/or gross
motor co-ordination in children and adults.
It is a common disorder affecting fine and/or gross motor co-ordination in children and adults. It has no correlation with a person’s level of intelligence.
It can cause difficulties with life skills such as self-care, writing, typing, riding a bike and play, as well as other educational and recreational activities. In adulthood, many of these difficulties can continue.
Those with dyspraxia experience difficulties with co-ordination and planning, both physical and intellectual.
There may be a range of co-occurring difficulties which can also have serious negative impacts on daily life. These include social and emotional difficulties as well as problems with time management, planning and personal organisation, and these may also affect an adult’s education or employment experiences.
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