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The Dyspraxia Foundation USA hopes to support individuals living with Dyspraxia and their families through knowledge and awareness, in addition to advocacy services.

Information on this page aids in further defining Dyspraxia and all that it entails. Please note, many of these are external links and will open in a new screen.

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The Dyspraxia Foundation USA hopes to support individuals living with Dyspraxia and their families through knowledge and awareness, in addition to advocacy services.

Information on this page aids in further defining Dyspraxia and all that it entails. Please note, many of these are external links and will open in a new screen.

dot_peachIn the Media

Dyspraxia and DCD: An Overview
Written by Warren Fried
Smart Kids

How ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ helped a child to speak
Written by Henry Hanks
CNN

Interview with Warren Fried
Jessica Kingsley Publishing (JKP) Blog News & Articles

Why Haven’t We Heard of Dyspraxia?
Written by Gia Miller
Parents

One man’s passion: To spotlight dyspraxia
Written by Bonnie Miller Rubin
Chicago Tribune

Dyspraxia
Psychology Today

Warren Fried Interview
By Road Trip Nation
PBS

COVID-19 is a disaster for people with disabilities. Without 30-year-old law, it would be worse
Written by Karen Weintraub and Jayne O’Donnell
USA Today

Children and Young People’s Experiences of Living with Developmental Coordination Disorder/Dyspraxia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Ethnography of Qualitative Research
Written by Aine O’Dea, Mandy Stanley, Susan Coote, Katie Robinson
Published: March 4, 2021

dot_greenChildren’s Books

My Friend Josh Has Dyspraxia.
Draper, C. 2017. Achieve2day.
ISBN-10: 1909986194 ISBN-13:9781900086190

My Friend has Dyspraxia.
Edwards, N. 2004. United Kingdom: Chrysalis Children’s Books.
ISBN 1844580962

My Buddy Bryant: A Story of Friendship and Dyspraxia.
McKinney, E. 2019. United States: Mascot Books.
ISBN 9781643073903

dot_grayYoung Adult Books

Caged in Chaos: A Dyspraxic Guide To Breaking Free.
Biggs V, Hill J (FWD), Tsang S. 2005. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Ltd.
ISBN-13: 9781843103479m ISBN-10: 1843103478

dot_brightyellowAdult Books

Living With Dyspraxia: A Guide for Adults With Developmental Dyspraxia
Colley M. 2006. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Ltd.
ISBN-13: 9781843104520 ISBN-10: 1843104520 ISBN e-Book PDF: 1846425441

Making Inclusion Work for Children With Dyspraxia: Practical Strategies for Teachers – Parent Picks: Great book on Dyspraxia
Gill Dixon and Lois M. Addy Routledge (2004)

All about Dyspraxia: Understanding Developmental Coordination Disorder
Hoopman, K. 2022. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
ISBN 9781787758353

Dyspraxia: The Hidden Handicap
Kirby A. 2002. London: Souvenir Publishers, Ltd.
ISBN 10: 0285635123 ISBN-13: 9780285635128

Developmental Dyspraxia: Identification and Intervention: A Manual for Parents and Professionals
Portwood M. 1999. London: David Fulton Publishers, Ltd.
ISBN 1853469882

Understanding Developmental Dyspraxia: A Textbook for Students and Professionals
Portwood M. 1999. London: David Fulton Publishers, Ltd.
ISBN 1853465747

“Knowledge of any kind…brings about change in awareness from where it is possible to create new realities.”

Deepak Chopra

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