Did you know… many children with ADHD also have dyspraxia?
Did you know that you can help a child with dyspraxia by engaging them in many ‘fun’ activities.
Allow me to share with you some interesting research that supports the above statement…
The types of motor problems that these children display include delays in accomplishing motor milestones such as: walking and sitting, dropping things and poor performance in sports or in handwriting.
However, rehabilitation is possible by seeking professional help. Rehabilitation programs that include sensory integration therapy and motor performance, may improve activities of daily life in children with dyspraxia.
What can you do at home to help your child improve their gross motor skills?
You can get them to…
Yes, this is getting back to basics.
Encouraging your child to do these activities as opposed to sitting in front of a screen, will make a huge difference.
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