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What is Adult Dyspraxia?

Dyspraxia was first recognized as a disorder in the early 20th century as congenital maladroitness, according to Dyspraxia USA. Th...
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How to Teach Calming Techniques to Children With Sensory Integration Dysfunction

Sensory integration dysfunction, a diagnosis proposed by occupational therapist A. Jean Ayres, Ph.D., describes individuals who ar...
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Medications for Sensory Processing Disorders

Sensory processing disorder, a neurological problem that impacts learning and behavior, used to be called sensory integration diso...
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Dyslexia Treatment

Seemingly bright children sometimes have problems reading and writing. To some kids, letters or words often appear backward, they ...
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Diseases Caused by Genetic Disorders But Not Inherited

A surprising fact about genetics is that there are many syndromes that are termed "genetic," but have not been inherited...
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3D Ultrasounds & Down Syndrome

Down syndrome occurs when a fetus carries three copies of chromosome 21 instead of two copies. Only a test of the fetus’ gen...
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What Is Mosaic Down Syndrome?

The International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association estimates that one in 27,000 people suffer from Mosaic Down syndrome, a genetic...
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Understanding Sensory Processes

The sensory process is a combination of your body's physical or neurological response to stimuli and your mind's reaction to it, a...
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5 Genetic Diseases

Genetic diseases are medical conditions that are the result of faulty or mutated genetic material. The diseases are impossible to ...
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Causes of Dyspraxia

Dyspraxia is a disorder that affects motor skill development and coordination, according to the website LD Online. Dyspraxia is a ...
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