Can anyone give me any tips for my 10 year old Dyspraxic son.He loses something at school most days. i.e hat,gloves,pencil,ruler etc etc.I have started banning him from playstation in the evenings if he has lost things that day. I am hoping this will make him think and take more care. I am unsure if this will help as i know he struggles with organising his things.But I can not except that this is just the way his is. We have gone through physio with amazing results so surely there is a way to help. Thanks Kay
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