I have a 22 year old daughter who has always had difficulties in everydaytasks. she is currently having extreme difficulty finding employment. having came accross an article about dyspraxia 2 years ago, we have read up on the condition and also completed online tests and it would appear my daughter suffers from the condition. i live in the UK and recently my daughter and i went to visit the gp to see if she could be given any further help, however my gp informed me that it would have been picked up on in her early school days, however i thought it has only really been looked into recently. i now feel completely lost and do not know were or what to do next, it is ruining her life. has anybody else had similar experiences and what did you do?
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