Helping children with dyspraxia

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Dyspraxia is a descriptive term used for children who have co-ordination difficulties. Although many dyspraxic children are of normal intelligence, they may have difficulty organizing or carrying out movement, speaking clearly or expressing ideas. This work begins by answering the questions commonly asked by parents about behaviour causes, diagnosis and assessment, before going on to discuss theraputic inventions. Drawing on her extensive experience working with dyspraxic children and liaising with their mainstream schools, ...

Helping Children with Dyspraxia 2000, Jessica Kingsley Publishers Ltd, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781853028816

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