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Coping with Dyspraxia

Coping with Dyspraxia - Dyslexia’s lesser-known cousin Dyspraxia. Even my spell-checker...
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Recommended: Dyspraxia/ DCD Pocketbook

Book Review: Dyspraxia/DCD Pocketbook by Afroza Talukdar This is a small pocketbook to help...
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Supporting Children With Dyspraxia

What is dyspraxia?Dyspraxia is a developmental disorder that affects the way the brain processes...

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  • Mrs Holly Swinton Kenilworth, CV8 Gold Member

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    Personalised dyslexia assessments from the author of Defeat Dyslexia. Like a quick screening: is my child dyslexic? Or an update to check progress? Got a dyslexia report but not sure what now? Whatever you need, let me help and guide you.
  • Dyslexia Success Bletchley, MK6 Gold Member

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    My first step is always to give your child confidence to learn. I work with children how they learn and as they could be-so that they will attain that level.
  • Melissa Mansfield Central Bexley, DA5 Gold Member

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    I am a an experienced and qualified teacher and assessor of young adults and children with SpLD/dyslexia. I administer dyslexia screening and tests for exam access arrangements. I have trained with the National Handwriting Association.
  • Kate Meyer-Currey Portswood, SO17

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    Learning is a lifelong journey. I have supported learning and studied myself for 22 years. I have plenty of knowledge and skills to share.
  • Anna Cooper Crouch End, N8 Gold Member

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    I believe everyone is individual, therefore my lessons are tailored to the needs of the student. I feel that lessons should be a relaxed enjoyable process about making music!
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    I am an experienced tutor, a senior examiner in History with OCR and an Associate Lecturer in Law with the Open University. I wаsn't аlwаys а teаcher аnd cаme tо it lаter in life аfter а successful cаreer аs а prоject mаnаger.
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  • Supporting Children With Dyspraxia Editor's Pick

    Dyspraxia Tutor (Coventry) Picture What is dyspraxia?Dyspraxia is a developmental disorder that affects the way the brain processes information. People with dyspraxia have problems with coordination and organisation. This means that children with dyspraxia find it difficult to acquire skills which ‘come naturally’ to most...
  • Recommended: Dyspraxia/ DCD Pocketbook

    Mrs Lee Dein Dyspraxia Tutor (North West London) Picture Book Review: Dyspraxia/DCD Pocketbook by Afroza Talukdar This is a small pocketbook to help specialists and teachers understand Dyspraxia (or Developmental Coordination Disorder). This book is simply written and gives some practical clear advice about this disorder. This book would benefit...
  • Coping with Dyspraxia Editor's Pick

    Mrs Judith Thomson Dyspraxia Tutor (Canterbury) Picture Coping with Dyspraxia - Dyslexia’s lesser-known cousin Dyspraxia. Even my spell-checker doesn’t recognise the word and is unable to offer any of its often entertaining suggestions, just the comment: “No guesses found.” Until two years year ago I was aware of the term, having heard it...

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  • Developmental coordination disorder

    Developmental coordination disorder (DCD), also known as developmental dyspraxia or simply dyspraxia, is a chronic neurological disorder beginning in childhood that
  • Developmental verbal dyspraxia

    Developmental verbal dyspraxia (DVD), also known as childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) and developmental apraxia of speech (DAS), is when children have
  • Nuffield Speech and Language Unit

    disorders. More specifically these can be: Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia Dysarthria Oral dyspraxia Severe language disorders Severe receptive language disorder
  • Motor speech disorders

    specific speech sound production (apraxia of speech or developmental verbal dyspraxia). Such deficits can be related to pathology of the nervous system (central
  • Eupraxia

    discussed in the Memorabilia (Xenophon) Eupraxia or Euphrasia of Constantinople Eupraxia of Kiev, Holy Roman Empress. Praxis (disambiguation) Dyspraxia
  • Harsh Songra

    10 and developed his first app when he was 15. He was diagnosed with dyspraxia, a neurological disorder that affects motor skills, at the age of 11;
  • DCD

    to: Developmental coordination disorder, also known as developmental dyspraxia, a type of motor learning difficulty Dermcidin, an anti-microbial peptide
  • Appleford School

    Appleford specialises in teaching pupils with dyslexia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia. The school is accredited by the Council for the Registration of School
  • Alexander Faludy

    Faludy suffers from dyslexia and developmental coordination disorder (dyspraxia). In August 1998, Faludy's parents lost a battle in the High Court of
  • Sabrina Fortune

    Fortune, who comes from Bryn-y-baal, Mold in north Wales, has speech dyspraxia which makes communication difficult for her. Her condition resulted in