How adults with dyspraxia navigate daily life - Adult dyspraxia

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Dyspraxia, also known as developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD), is a common disorder that affects your movement and co-ordination.​ It can affect your co-ordination skills – such as tasks requiring balance, playing sports or learning to drive a car – and your fine motor. Dyspraxia/DCD in Adults – Symptoms. People who have dyspraxia/DCD often find the routine tasks of daily life such as working, driving, household chores.

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By Tujora - 02:05
In adults, symptoms include: Poor posture and fatigue. Trouble completing normal chores. Less close control - writing and drawing are.
By Marg - 08:13
Learn more about dyspraxia in adults, including recognizing the signs and navigating motor skills coordination difficulties at school or in the workplace.
By Voodoojas - 04:33
Most dyspraxia research focuses on children, but it's a lifelong condition that can shape how people work and live.
By Nikokazahn - 02:35
It took nearly 60 years for my father to learn that he had dyspraxia. Without ever understanding why, my dad had failed his driving test eight.

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