Support group in Stockton to help children with dyspraxia and their parents – Darlington and Stockton Times

CHILDREN with dyspraxia can access a new support group for those under 12 thanks to a Teesside charity.

Dyspraxia is a developmental coordination disorder, which can affect motor skills, and is often misunderstood or not diagnosed properly.

The Roseberry Community Consortium, a charity which helps disadvantaged groups of youngsters across the Teesside region, including those in poverty, those facing disorders such as dyspraxia and dyslexia, and people struggling academically, has been running a group for dyspraxic adults and teens for some time.

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