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Studying with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties

Expert guidance from Study Advice at the University of Reading

What is dyspraxia?

What is dyspraxia?

Developmental dyspraxia affects the way that the brain processes information, which results in messages not being properly or fully transmitted. It is associated with problems of perception, language and thought. Dyspraxia sometimes runs in families and may overlap with other learning differences or related conditions such as Attention Deficit Disorder.

For further information, visit the Dyspraxia Foundation

References

BRAIN.HE, 2006.Types of Neurodiversity. [online] Aavailable at <http://www.brainhe.com/students/types/dyspraxia.html>[Accessed 18 August, 2019.].

Dyspraxia Foundation, 2019. Dyspraxia at a Glance. [online] Available at <https://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIqbzTvJ6I5QIVia3tCh1fkw-tEAAYASAAEgLK9fD_BwE> [Accessed 5 July, 2019].

Grant, D., 2010. That’s the way I Think: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and ADHD Explained. 2nd ed. Abingdon: Routledge.

Kindersley, K., 2012. Common associated difficulties of dyspraxia in adulthood. [online] Available at <http://www.sasc.org.uk/SASCDocuments/Common%20associated%20difficulties%20of%20dyspraxia%20in%20adulthood.pdf> [Accessed 23 September 2019]