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What Is Dyspraxia?
Dyspraxia – also known as Clumsy Child Syndrome, Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD), Motor Learning Difficulty and Perceptuo-motor Dysfunction – is generally recognized to be an impairment of the organization of movement. Associated with this may be problems of language, perception and thought.
The Dyspraxia Foundation believe one in 30 children have some degree of dypraxic difficulty and 2% of the adult population. Males are four times more likely to be dyspraxic that females.
Dyspraxia symptoms include:
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