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What It's Like Living With a Developmental Motor Coordination Disorder

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Living with a developmental motor coordination disorder can be quite a challenge. In my case, it’s dyspraxia. Although dyspraxia is not an official diagnosis anymore — it’s now just called a developmental motor coordination disorder.

Stated simply, a developmental motor coordination disorder means that my brain does not communicate properly with my muscles.

I may know what I want my hand to do. When I go to do it, my hand doesn’t do it right. Maybe it’s off to one side. Maybe it opens instead of closes.

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