Up to ten percent of the population is believed to suffer from some form of dyspraxia. It is described by the Dyspraxia Foundation as "an impairment or immaturity of the organisation of movement." Accessible and engaging, this book provides teachers with tips and techniques for teaching those with dyspraxia.
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