Dyspraxia is a form of developmental coordination disorder that affects motor coordination, language, speech and learning in children and adults. Dyspraxia refers to those who have problems planning, organizing and carrying out movements in the right order. Symptoms include poor gross and/or fine motor skills including poor balance, inability to coordinate both sides of the body and poor hand-eye coordination. It also includes a range of intellectual abilities and symptoms can include difficulties with memory, perception and processing.
Organizations exist to provide support and resources to individuals experiencing dysphagia in their lives.