Dyspraxia is a disorder in which an individual has difficulty performing complex tasks involving motor skills. Although the extend and type of difficulty can change, dyspraxia will affect the individual for life and there is no cure. Dyspraxia is often found in conjunction with other learning disorders or learning disabilities, including ADHD and dyslexia. Because of the challenges the condition presents for a child, they may also have low self esteem, depression and behavioral challenges.
Characteristics of Dyspraxia:
Treatment for Dyspraxia:
*There is no cure or treatment available, but there are strategies that parents and caregivers can do to help the affected child.
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