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"Years ago, I took care of a little girl whose mother worried tremendously about her clumsiness. When she was 4 or 5, my patient was tripping and falling more than other children her age, her mother thought. She had trouble with preschool clapping games. The mother was distressed. She herself had been “that kid,” the clumsy one, the last one chosen for every team.......to read more
 

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I am actually getting my daughter evaluated for dyspraxia. She is pretty clumsy. She has some motor issues like using zippers and utensils. Her writing is messy. She has a hard time mimicking movements, like when I try to show her how to wash her hair and brush her teeth. I thought she would grow out of it, but she is 8 now and still struggling.
 
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