Dyspraxia is thought to affect up to six out of 10 people and tends to be more common in boys than girls. Children with dyspraxia may have difficulties with coordination, speech and language, following instructions, organising themselves and coping with school life.
But if you think your child is dyspraxic, or if they’ve been diagnosed, you can find information in this section on how to get your child the help they need, working with the school’s SENCO and how to support learning at home.
More about SENs
You might suspect your child has a learning difference or it might already have been identified. Find more information here: