Some children despite adequate teaching, a stimulating environment
and with a generally normal intellect, have difficulty with movement
and specific aspects of learning. Dyspraxia is a difficulty with
thinking out, planning and carrying out sensory / motor tasks.
About Apraxia - Dyspraxia of Speech
Frequently asked questions answered about children who are slow to speak clearly, and what can be done about it.
Straight Talk About Dyspraxia
Jackie van Oostrom is the homeschooling mother of a dyspraxic
child. Here she shares her knowledge about this speech condition
resulting from an immaturity of the speech production area of
Does Your Child Have Dyspraxia? (Clumsy Child Syndrome)
Dyspraxia is difficulty with thinking out, planning and carrying out sensory/motor tasks. It is caused by developmental differences in the brain, and takes many forms.
This website will give you the opportunity to ask questions. If I don't know the answer someone else may help, or I will find out for you. Many parents feel isolated as they feel they are the only ones experiencing difficulties.
Dyspraxia - Irish Health
Dyspraxia is also known by other names including 'developmental
co-ordination disorder', 'clumsy child syndrome', 'the hidden
handicap', 'motor learning problems', minimal brain dysfunction'
or 'sensory integrative problems.'
Special Needs Focus: Dyspraxia
This page has been designed to offer answers to some basic questions, as well as pointing you in the direction of dedicated support groups who can offer specialist, professional help and advice.
5 Kids and a Dog
A homeschool mom's blog about her efforts to home educate her son with apraxia.
All About (my) Boys
I don't really unschool. I do have 'unshool days'...and 'unschool moments'... But I also have structure and rules for the kids to follow. I guess I might call it...."relaxed, child interest guided ecclectic school with therapy." We started the day with an obstacle course before Breakfast.
Dyspraxia & Apraxia Support Group
Discussion group for parents who need support and answers to questions about Dyspraxia and Apraxia.