Dyspraxia research papers

Hi Claire,

We are currently developing an app aimed at primary school aged children, please feel free to follow us on twitter for updates (the app is due to be released early next year) - @rstproject

In addition, I have been conducting research in the field of road crossing and developmental coordination disorder (also known as Dyspraxia) for the past 10 years. I'd be very happy to discuss the findings or provide you with links to my research papers if that would be helpful.

Best wishes,

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Dyspraxia research papers

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