Advice for adults – Do you think you have dyspraxia? Assessment and diagnosis. If you suspect you have dyspraxia you should consult your GP, in the first.
People with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) – also known as dyspraxia – have a “hidden disability”. But, because it is often mistaken as “clumsiness”, its significant impact on everyday tasks often goes unrecognised by others. People with DCD have difficulty learning and.
Dyspraxia, also known as developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD), is a common disorder that affects your movement and co-ordination. Dyspraxia does not.
Dyspraxia/DCD is often spotted at a young age but there may be many adults with dyspraxia who remain undiagnosed. Dyspraxia affects co-ordination skills.
Learn more about dyspraxia in adults, including recognizing the signs and navigating motor skills coordination difficulties at school or in the workplace.