August 12, 2016 - Daniel Aherne
Employees with dyspraxia are often excellent speakers and trainers. Individulas with dyspraxia are often highly creative and will think differently to the majority of employees, bringing a refreshing perspective to a workplace.
Employees with dyspraxia can have difficulties with physical coordination, judging distance or space and managing social and sequencing skills. In the workplace, this could manifest as making errors when inputting data, not dressing smartly, or having difficulties with timekeeping and keeping a tidy desk space.
Adjust can help your business recognise dyspraxia in the workplace and advise your organisation on next steps through our training and consultancy services.
The first step is understanding.
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