By The Understood Team
The symptoms of dyspraxia vary from one person to the next and may change as kids get older. If you’re concerned your child may have dyspraxia, get to know common signs among preschoolers and kids in elementary, middle and high school.
Bob Cunningham, M.A., Ed.M.
Jan 10, 2014
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