Developmental dyspraxia or simply called dyspraxia is CNS disorder characterized by impairment of fine and gross motor coordination in children and adults. It is thought to be caused by a disruption in the neuro messages from the brain are transmitted to the body. It is associated with problems of perception, languages and thought. It is used to called “clumsy child syndrome”. People with dyspraxia may have difficulties with reading, writing and limited concentration and poor listening skills.