Management of Dyspraxia
Children with Dyspraxia need support and understanding in the educational system.
Although Dyspraxia is not curable, with time the child can improve and benefit most from one-to-one therapy. However, the earlier a child is diagnosed, the better and faster his/her improvement will be.
The followings are the common training and therapy of Dyspraxia or treatment:
An occupational therapist will first observe how the child manages everyday functions both at home and at school. He will then help the child to develop skills specific to activities that may be troublesome.
The speech and language therapist will first carry out an assessment of the child’s speech and then help the child communicate more effectively.
Perceptual motor training
This involves improving the child’s language, visual, movement, and auditory skills. A series of tasks, which gradually become more challenging to challenge the child so that he improves in his motor skill.
In a study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, researchers evaluated the effects of equine therapy (therapeutic horse-riding) on a group of 40 children aged 6 to 15 years with dyspraxia. They found that riding therapy stimulated and improved the participants’ cognition, mood, and gait parameters.
Play is a way children learn about the environment and about themselves. It is where a very young child’s physical and emotional learning, their development of language, their spatial awareness, the development of what their senses are, all come together.
How can Therapy Alliance Singapore help?
Our Therapist/Specialist at Therapy Alliance Singapore are all well-trained professionals who have been in the industry for years. We have vast experience in working with Children with Dyspraxia and had successfully coach and guide many children to manage the condition.
Our center is equipped and set up to create a conducive learning environment for children with Dyspraxia.
We reckon that every child is unique. Therefore, it is best for our therapist to first understand the child’s condition before they work out a proposal on the course for treatment.
Contact us for a no-obligation discussion with our Therapist on Dyspraxia Treatment options and advice for your child!