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Symptoms of Dyspraxia

The symptoms of dyspraxia are evident at an early age, and the symptoms change as a person ages. The symptoms of dyspraxia listed below are just a summary, and not everyone will experience all of the symptoms.

Symptoms of dyspraxia in children aged 3 to 5 years

Symptoms of dyspraxia in primary school aged children

Symptoms of dyspraxia in secondary school aged children

Many of the symptoms above may persist. In addition, the following signs of dyspraxia may be present:

Symptoms of dyspraxia in adults

Again, some of the symptoms of dyspraxia listed above may still persist. In addition, an adult with dyspraxia may experience:

In short: a person with dyspraxia is likely to have low self-esteem (at any age)… they may look like everyone else, but they struggle to do things that “the other kids” take for granted.

Do these symptoms of dyspraxia look familiar?

If you or a loved one is experiencing some or all of these issues, the good news is that dyspraxia can be corrected. To find out more, call Margot today on 04 478 2208 (or 021 673 119) or email Wellington Learning SolutionsWellington Learning Solutions to arrange a free initial consultation with a licensed Davis facilitator.