A person with dyspraxia has problems with motor tasks, such as hand-eye coordination, that can interfere with learning.
Some other symptoms of this condition include:
- Problems organizing oneself and one’s things
Trouble with tasks that require hand-eye coordination, such as coloring within the lines, assembling puzzles, and cutting precisely
Sensitivity to loud and/or repetitive noises, such as the ticking of a clock
Sensitivity to touch, including irritation over bothersome-feeling clothing