Dyspraxia means difficulty with motor co-ordination. In children, common difficulties include learning to ride a bike (balance), tying shoes laces (co-ordination) and late speech development. However in adults, the difficulties can range from issues with organisation, structuring of ideas/ knowledge and being clear and concise in verbal discussions.
Like dyslexia, there’s a range of strengths and weaknesses often referred to as the’ spiky profile.’ People with dyspraxia can also have outstanding strengths in creativity, idea generation and an acute understanding of the fine detail or ‘bigger picture’ when listening to others.
Here at Genius Within we want to support you in understanding the strengths as well as the weaknesses. Confidence comes from also knowing what you’re good at and we’re delighted to take that journey with you.
Do you have
Take our test for FREE Go To Shared Genius Forum To Find Out More