We support children with dyspraxia.
Dyspraxia, also known as Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), is a neurological condition that affects a person’s ability to plan and coordinate physical movements and actions. For most people, dyspraxia mostly impacts fine and gross motor skills, making it difficult to perform tasks that require balance, coordination, and precise control of body movements.
There are many ways dyspraxia can affect a child’s ability to read. For example, because this condition can cause difficulties with fine motor skills, this can affect handwriting, making it challenging to take notes, complete assignments, and access information from books and written text. This can slow down the reading process, as a child with dyspraxia may struggle to write or highlight key points while reading. Dyspraxia can also affect hand-eye coordination, making it harder for a child to track words on a page or a screen, resulting in a slower reading speed.
At Academic Associates Learning Center, we help children with dyspraxia improve their reading and math skills with our proven, supportive approach. At our location in Mesquite, Texas, our instructors are familiar with helping children with dyspraxia and are dedicated to helping your child succeed academically if they have this condition.
We help children succeed through one-on-one instruction, and we fully believe that there is great potential in each and every child we work with. For more information about how we can help your child who has dyspraxia, please contact our learning center today.