My Child’s Different (2018) Elaine Halligan

This book explores the enabling role that parents can play in getting the best out of children who are seen as different or difficult . An extremely helpful book for both parents and professionals to read.

Kids Workout

Watch here You Tube exercise video designed for older children who want a  more serious fitness type workout.

GoNoodle

Amazing website with loads of free exercise/movement videos for different ages

Animal Actions

Younger children will enjoy these animal action cards, free printable download.

Movement Matters

Movement Matters is the UK umbrella organisation representing the major national groups concerned with children and adults with coordination difficulties.

CanChild

This Canadian website has some very useful downloads and resources available for both teachers/professionals and parents.

The Dyspraxia Foundation

National group committed to promoting awareness of dyspraxia in teaching and medical professions. Useful information and downloads available.

Watch Me, I Can Do It! (1996) Neralie Cocks

Written by an Australian occupational therapist this book describes the difficulties children with dyspraxia face and gives simple activities that can be carried out at home.

Caged in Chaos (2005) Victoria Biggs

This book is written by a teenager with dyspraxia. Very informative for teenagers and all those who are involved with them.

Speed Up! (2004) Lois Addy

A handwriting programme designed for children aged 8 – 13 years, whose handwriting is slow, illegible or lacking in fluency. This programme develops kinaesthetic awareness through multisensory activity and exercise.

Dyspraxia: The Hidden Handicap (1999) Amanda Kirby

One of the most comprehensive and useful books on Dyspraxia. Written by a doctor and parent of a child with Dyspraxia. The book covers the age span from preschool to adulthood and has very useful information on strategies for home and school.