How do I manage my dyspraxia on a daily basis?

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Managing dyspraxia on a daily basis starts with creating a plan to get the right help. Educational and medical help may be needed. Special education programs at school with a specialist can help assess strengths and weaknesses and work with them. Medications are available that can temporarily improve children's attention and help them focus. These medications need to be taken daily, preferably during school hours, to be effective.

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