Innovative dyspraxia resource

A mother and daughter who have the coordination disorder have been making informal videos to help others.

Kerry Pace and her daughter, Phoebe started to make the chatty video blogs full of helpful tips for those who have dyspraxia. The condition is a common disorder which affects motor coordination and makes activities such as writing or riding a bike difficult. It can also cause problems with language, perception and thought. A brain injury can also result in someone developing dyspraxia. Learn more about how brain injury can restrict those movements we make without much thought. Kerry and Phoebe’s videos include advice on sleep, tips on using cutlery and other instruments and advice on overcoming anxiety.  Read the full story of the pair's resource here. 
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