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Dyspraxia

Children and adults with dyspraxia are often slow to master tasks requiring motor co-ordination, for example learning to walk, learning to ride a bicycle, developing ball skills. Children and adults with dyspraxia often have difficulty doing two things at once and can sometimes find it hard to combine the physical activity of actually writing with the mental activity of thinking what to write. In terms of schooling, these difficulties often negatively affect confidence for classroom-based tasks.

Our locations

Nuffield Hospital Cheltenham

Hatherley Lane

Cheltenham

Gloucestershire

GL51 6SY

The Manor Hospital Oxford

Beech Road

Oxford

Oxfordshire

OX3 7RP

Harley Street London

10 Harley Street

Marylebone

London

W1G 9PF