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Primary Age Children (4 - 10)

It is best to get an assessment at the earliest age possible. Though parents may notice differences in toddlers, Developmental Dyspraxia (Developmental Co-ordination Disorder) is rarely diagnosed before the age of 5.  Ideally, a multi-disciplinary team at your local Child Development Centre will do this.


Look at the symptom checklist to see if your child may have Dyspraxia.  Contact your GP if you are concerned and get a referral to a Child Development Centre.


If you answered YES to 4 or more questions your child may have dyspraxia and need further assessment.


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The report gave us so much more clarity and understanding of how to best support Jake with his development.


Marie Adams (2023)