Types of Tests for Dyspraxia

At a Glance

  • Kids with dyspraxia find everyday tasks like holding a pencil or catching a ball hard to do.
  • During a dyspraxia assessment, your child will perform a range of physical actions.
  • The evaluator will measure your child’s motor skills, balance and coordination.

If your child has trouble with movement and coordination, you might wonder if he has dyspraxia. This brain-based condition makes it hard for kids to do things like hold a pencil or catch a ball. It’s often diagnosed as “developmental coordination disorder.”

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