Friday 17 November 2017

Kildare adult seminar on dyspraxia

Dyspraxia affects co-ordination skills.
Dyspraxia affects co-ordination skills.

Dyspraxia Ireland is holding an adult seminar entitled 'Self-Advocacy, Self-Confidence, Self-Care' on Saturday, April 16 at the Springfield Hotel, Leixlip, Co Kildare.

Dyspraxia is a common disorder that affects movement and coordination. It is also known as developmental coordination disorder (DCD).

Dyspraxia/DCD is often spotted at a young age but there may be many adults with dyspraxia who remain undiagnosed.

It affects coordination skills such as tasks requiring balance, kicking and throwing a ball and writing or using small objects carefully. It is a condition that will last for life and is recognised by international organisations, including the World Health Organisation.The summit will be addressed by Kerry Pace, a practitioner who supports people who have dyspraxia. For more information on the seminar email

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