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Treatment for Dyspraxia

There are a number of therapies which can make it easier for children to manage their difficulties.

These can include:

  • Occupational therapy—which helps your child develop everyday skills for home and school life such as using a knife and fork or writing legibly
  • Speech therapy—can help to identify your child’s speech issues and suggest specific exercises to help them communicate more clearly
  • Physiotherapy—can provide exercises to help with balance, movement and strength
  • Educational psychologist—can assess your child’s way of learning and highlight their difficulties. They provide strategies that can be used in school and home to improve their learning