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Updated: Mar 20, 2022

Dyspraxia is a difficulty with organizing and directing the body to perform a motor skill. In order to do this, the brain needs to receive sensory information (tactile, proprioception, vestibular and visual information) from the environment and one's own body. The brain processes and interprets this information to generate an appropriate response; including how to interact with the environment, plan movement and perform a task. Dyspraxia will affect fine motor tasks (such as handwriting, daily tasks, play, and etc.) and gross motor tasks (PE, play, physical activities etc.).

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