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What are the symptoms of dyspraxia?

Symptoms of dyspraxia vary with age. Delays in developmental milestones and neurological problems, such as lack of coordination, are some noticeable difficulties in children. A classroom environment is where the learning disability beings to stand out. Problems in reading, writing or math are usually noticeable in children between the ages of five and eleven.

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