Dyspraxia

Difficulty generating, planning, organizing, sequencing and executing a series of skilled movements to accomplish a goal. Dyspraxia limits the performance of motor skills even if kids are well coordinated. Some children exhibit repetitive behaviors such as lining up toys or throwing because they can’t figure out what else to do. They often have difficulty imitating (as in Simon Says), following verbal directions for movement and/or appear clumsy.

Dyspraxia

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