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Dyspraxia Awareness Week: Girls Are ‘Sliding Under The Radar’ For Diagnosis Warns Charity – Huffington Post UK

Tuesday, 23 February, 2016

Dyspraxia Awareness Week: Girls Are ‘Sliding Under The Radar’ For Diagnosis Warns Charity – Huffington Post UK

According to the Dyspraxia Foundation the average age for diagnosis of dyspraxia is 7 to 8 years. But many of the people surveyed weren't diagnosed until much later in life, after they've left school: the average age for male respondents to have been ...

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Source:Dyspraxia Awareness Week: Girls Are 'Sliding Under The Radar' For Diagnosis Warns Charity - Huffington Post UK

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