Gubbay coined the term "clumsy child syndrome
" to describe children of normal intelligence and without identifiable medical or neurological conditions who possess difficulties in coordination that interfere with their academic performance and/or socialization.
Jonathan, who recently joined the Corrie cast as womaniser lan Bentley, has suffered from dyspraxia - clumsy child syndrome
- all his life.
Alex won a place at Peterhouse College even though he can write only two illegible words a minute and suffers from dyspraxia, "clumsy child syndrome
DYSPRAXIA used to be cruelly called Clumsy Child Syndrome
Developmental dyspraxia is a misunderstood condition, sometimes cruelly labelled "clumsy child syndrome
Val Alleyne, one of the founder members, said: "Sometimes dyspraxia is known as the clumsy child syndrome
but actually it is to do with co-ordination and can involve learning difficulties."
The condition used to be referred to as clumsy child syndrome
. Now it is better known as dyspraxia.
In childhood Conductive Education helps children with cerebral palsy and other movement problems of neurological origin, for example childhood strokes and dyspraxia (or clumsy child syndrome
CLUMSY child syndrome
is a condition that affects up to one in 10 Scots.
He also has dyspraxia, dubbed clumsy child syndrome
. He needs special equipment to read books and write essays but the council refuses to pay - because he went to a private school, his lawyer told the High Court.
Other names for dyspraxia include Clumsy Child Syndrome
and Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD).
This is not a game, but bodybrushing, the latest treatment for children with a range of disorders such as dyslexia and dyspraxia, more commonly known as clumsy child syndrome