Is there a cure for dyspraxia?

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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 symptoms of the condition. By developing personal strengths and alternate ways to learn, someone with dyspraxia can function in a normal environment.

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Developmental Disorders

Developmental Disorders

When a child is born with a developmental disability, sometimes called a birth defect, it means there is a chronic condition that will be a life-long challenge. Down syndrome; autism; and language, learning, vision or hearing prob...

lems are a few developmental disabilities. While these disabilities are typically present at birth, they can begin at any time up to age 22.
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