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Hi

Can any of you lovely people help me out there, we have a little boy who is very clumsy and keeps falling over his own feet etc... I know there is a condition linked to this but can't think what its called to look it up on the internet. Does anybody know?

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Hi

Can any of you lovely people help me out there, we have a little boy who is very clumsy and keeps falling over his own feet etc... I know there is a condition linked to this but can't think what its called to look it up on the internet. Does anybody know?

Dyspraxia?

 

Maz

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Yes, I immediately thought of the same condition! :o

Great minds think alike, Wolfie! Although, given that we're talking about children here, there are probably a thousand and one other conditions/syndromes which present in similar ways. But at least it gives you somewhere to start!

 

Maz

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Great minds think alike, Wolfie! Although, given that we're talking about children here, there are probably a thousand and one other conditions/syndromes which present in similar ways. But at least it gives you somewhere to start!

 

Maz

dyspraxia sounds about right-I would actually do a bit of reasearch and contact your OT support for additional advice

Lizzie Lou

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While you're waiting for extra support try a few exercises from brian gym. My friends son has it and some of the exercises he had to do were co-ordination. Touching each finger on his thumb, is one I remember. He was 10 before he was daignosed, so even if you arent sure of what your lad has got, plenty of opportunities for physical play can only help :o

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