By The Understood Team
Children with dyspraxia can face a range of challenges related to their trouble with movement and coordination. But there are strategies you can use to help your child at home. Here are ideas you can try.
Sheldon H. Horowitz, Ed.D.
Dec 15, 2013
Dec 15, 2013
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Svea, working on life skills with kids who have dyspraxia is a very clever, caring suggestion. I'll make sure our editors know about it. In the meantime, this article on 5 Key Skills for Independent Living may be of interest: www.understood.org/.../5-key-skills-for-independent-living
Have used a lot of advice and practice while Petra growing up, however Petra is now 20, need urgently some advice to assist Petra to get more social skills, in particular how important ant it is with grooming organize wardrobes clothing make bed, is there some kind of courses for Petra to attend to learn simple living skills, in particular the importance of to present well, looking forward to hear from you
Best regard Nana to Petra
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