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- n. Plural form of dyspraxic.
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Given that dyspraxic weaknesses are in areas so crucial to good driving, it's easy to recognise that the idea of dyspraxics taking to the road could be controversial.
Internet forums for dyspraxics have dedicated threads for drivers and learner drivers, many of whom have gone through multiple instructors before finding one sympathetic enough to teach them effectively.
Many dyspraxics who are diagnosed as adults identify their disability through difficulty or reluctance in learning to drive, while others, like Laurence, are affected without knowing it.
Asked why, with England playing like the executive committee of the council for partially sighted dyspraxics, Joe Cole had not been used in the first game.
The dyspraxics I watched on you tube reported social skills and social understanding problems, like me.