- Q Is there a cure for dyspraxia?
A learning disability like dyspraxia does not disappear and cannot be cured. The brain is very adept at learning, and given time and education, people with dyspraxia can learn to adapt. Special education programs and other therapy may help reduce... Full Answer
- Q What do I need to know about caring for someone with dyspraxia?
Caring for someone with dyspraxia can be emotionally taxing. Counseling can benefit the entire family of someone with dyspraxia. It can help affected children, teens, or adults learn more self-control, and it may help them have a positive attitude about... Full Answer
- Q What is the best way to communicate with people with disabilities?
Cleon Joseph , FitnessHello from Cleon aka CJFor my disabled clients I use the following methods:1. Treat them like any normal human being when it comes to interaction. They are very aware of their situation and once you have made it clear... Full Answer
- Q How common is dyspraxia?
Dyspraxia can affect as many as six percent of children between the ages of five and eleven. Lack of training in recognizing symptom causes many cases to go unnoticed and untreated. In young children, the signs are subtle and often thought of as being a... Full Answer
- Q How does dyspraxia affect the body?
Dyspraxia affects the body by impairing the organization of movement. The control of body movements, like balancing, walking, running, tying shoelaces, and buttoning clothes, are more noticeable effects. These fine motor skills are impaired by dyspraxia,... Full Answer