What are the treatment options for dyspraxia?

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Treatment options for dyspraxia start with first identifying that there is a problem. If a developmental milestone is long delayed or if there is a history of learning disabilities in the family, a child should be evaluated by a professional. Once a diagnosis is made, children may be treated with medications to improve concentration. Working with special education teachers and other specialists may be the most effective treatments.

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