Driving dyspraxic -old blog This will be the first post on this blog focusing on dyspraxia, so I guess I had better start with what dyspraxia is. Dyspraxia or developmental co-ordination disorder sometimes known by other names like clumsy child syndrome has the central feature of making motor planning and co-ordination difficult, causing clumsiness. People with dyspraxia often have other difficulties such as sensory processing problems, social difficulties which can be similar to the autism spectrum, dyslexia like difficulties with reading, difficulties with concentration, and memory difficulties that can make organisation difficult.
I was very keen to listen to their thoughts on anxiety and the need to use mindfulness as a tool. Just before that the newsreader mentioned the Doomsday clock and how it has moved closer to midnight, the point at which we measure the destruction of the Earth.
We have so many highs and lows in life and all have moments of pure stress This feeling occurs due to chemical releases when our patterns change from positive to negative situations.
Fear and worry affect Children too. Why are we now noticing this more and more? Children have far greater access to adulthood, far more than I ever had. Our parents ushered words like seen and not heard. Was that a good thing? I think it was to some degree, most children now have adult heads on very young shoulders.
Children listen to social media far more than we ever did. When Donald Trump got elected we had a week of children coming into the centre and all the talk was Trump and what will happen to us all.
Just like today with the mention of Armageddon on a show timed when children were on the way to school. I could just hear the questions being thrown at parents as to what was that about.
We should protect our children and their fragile minds, let them be children first and adults when the time arises. If your child experiences a sudden change in attitude, they might become withdrawn and show a sudden loss of confidence.
Get some early advice from your GP.
Talk to others on support groups there are many sharing these same concerns. What are the common causes of anxiety? There are many factors. I suggest that all parents keep a close eye.
Meal and bedtimes are a great opportunity to notice changes. They often lose out on the support as the adults are dealing with arrangements. Moving to a new school requires a settling in process and support needs to be there for this.
Additional workload Many parents are forced to work and often long hours due to the high cost of housing.As a consequence of my career in the teaching of dance, I have had some practical experience working with dyslexic and dyspraxic children for a number of years now and have become increasingly interested in the problems they face.
For further information about benefits, and in particular, Incapacity Benefit and Disability Living Allowance which those with moderate or severe dyspraxia may be entitled to. Disability Services Team (Formerly PACT – Placement Assessment and Counselling Team) For further details ask at your local Job Centre.
dyspraxics reach that level faster than other people and that again can vary per day. or our ability to weigh up the pros and cons of how we want to behave. Dyslexia. It can limit your behaviour to old patterns and block new ideas. United States: San Antonio (Tx) Search.
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