"Dyspraxia may test our coordination, but it never defines our determination. In every stumble, we find strength, resilience, and the power to rewrite our own story with courage and grace."

What is Dyspraxia?

According to the NHS: "Dyspraxia, also known as developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD), is a common disorder that affects movement and co-ordination. Dyspraxia does not affect your intelligence. It can affect your co-ordination skills- such as tasks requiring balance, playing sports or learning to drive a car".

Our Assessment

Our diagnostic assessment may help you understand why you may be struggling. Identification enables people to seek disability support through DSA funding at university, or, in the work place through the Government’s Access to Work Scheme (this includes funding and mentoring). It may help to boost confidence and self-esteem. We only assess over 18 years of age.

Our typical Dyspraxia Assessment

  • Fine Motor Skills (including handwriting)

  • Visual Motor Integration Skills

  • Motor Coordination Skills

  • Visual Perception Skills

  • Speed of Processing

  • General Ability

  • Working Memory

  • Reading Speed

  • FAQ's

    We can perform a diagnostic report from the age 18. If you would like a person under 18 assessed please contact us, as we have a face-to-face assessor we can recommend.

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