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., is senior director of learning resources and research at the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
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