Dyspraxia - What to look for

Dyspraxia - What to look for a treatment.A child may experience any or a number of the following problems:

  • late at reaching their milestones such as sitting, crawling standing, and walking
  • poor ability to stand on one leg, hop or jump
  • poor at writing and drawing ability
  • poor at ball activities: throwing, catching, kicking
  • dislikes/difficulty with games, apparatus or playing outside
  • cannot or is late to ride a bicycle
  • poor balance and falls easily
  • cannot sit still and frequently trips over
  • messy eater
  • poor ability to dress/undress
  • difficulty with copying text from a book or blackboard
  • difficulty with dictation and carrying out instructions
  • difficulty with organising themselves and with essay planning
  • poor concentration and are easily distracted
  • may be a loner and has difficulty with social skills
  • may be disruptive in class
Dyspraxia Foundation
Apraxia-KIDS (a program of The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association)
Dyspraxic Teens Forum

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  Denham
  Buckinghamshire
  UB9 5LQ
  Telephone: 01895 835144
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