Occupational Therapists are the ones to see for a diagnosis of Dyspraxia rather than a Neurologist. OTs can provide you and your child with a programme of work/exercises needed to help with motor/balance/coordination difficulties. Neurologists will not provide you with a programme of work. Try www.ot.ie
for a list of Private Ot's in Ireland but make sure that you source an OT who has a background in Dyspraxia/ Peadiatrics- this is stated beside each Private OT's name in your area. Also, before making your appointment for private assessment, if you have health insurance, phone your provider to see if the OT is approved by them and you will be able to claim some of the money back.
Additionally if your child is under 5 you can contact your local HSE PCCC department and ask to speak to a disabilty officer about appying for a Statement of Need/assessment of need for your child. Each child under the age of 5 can avail of free multidisciplinary team based assessments such as Psychology,Speech and language therapy,OT, Audiology as determined by each childs presentation-in your case OT and SLT assessments are paramount.
Hope that this all helps! and best of luck