Dyspraxia - The Right Cutlery Can Make a Huge Difference

This mother (Kerry) and daughter (Phoebe) both have dyspraxia, a common disorder which affects motor co-ordination. It can make activities such as writing or riding a bike difficult, and can cause problems with language, perception and thought.

Using eating utensils can be a challenge for people with dyspraxia. In this video Kerry and Phoebe talk about how finding the right cutlery can make eating easier and less stressful as it is easier to manipulate. They also explain other tips they find useful.

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