Dyspraxia

No two children with dyspraxia are the same. However, there are commonalties and these commonalties often affect a child in negative ways at school.

Children who have dyspraxia often struggle to physically form their letters which progresses to significant handwriting difficulties. It is also common for there to be a difficulty in organising schoolwork and learning tasks in general. Additionally, it is common for the child to have difficulty adapting to the school routine. Some children with dyspraxia can easily become distressed or emotional as they feel overwhelmed at school.

At Westcountry SEN we can support your child to be able to organise their schoolwork and not feel so overwhelmed by it. We can provide handwriting tuition that involves increasing hand-eye coordination and supports neater handwriting.

Get in touch if you would like us to help your child.