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What is dyspraxia a neurological condition, also known as developmental co-ordination disorder dyspraxia affects the way the brain processes information and movement. What are the differences between dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia dyslexia - is defined as chronic neurological disorder causing inability or great difficulty in learning to. Dyspraxia is the term used when someone has an inability to carry out and co-ordinate skilled, purposeful movements and gestures with normal accuracy what is dyspraxia.
How can dyspraxia affect a child's academic ability what is dyspraxia reading and writing dyspraxic children often recognise that their handwriting and reading is insuffient. Dyspraxia in the classroom: what is it and how can we help presented by: sian wilson bsc(hons) srot senior paediatric occupational therapist what is dyspraxia i introduction • dyspraxia.
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