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Research suggests that betweeen 5 and 10 per cent iof all children are dyspraxic.

The second edition of this manual aims to give parents, teachers and health professionals the confidence and know-how to diagnose and assess dyspraxia. The text includes: background information on the neurological basis of the condition; strategies for identification, diagnosis and assessment; proven programmes of intervention which can be monitored by anyone closely involved with the child; strategies to improve curricular attainments; remediation activities to develop perceptual and motor skills; programmes to develop self-esteem; and information about where to find help.

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Research suggests that betweeen 5 and 10 per cent iof all children are dyspraxic.

The second edition of this manual aims to give parents, teachers and health professionals the confidence and know-how to diagnose and assess dyspraxia. The text includes: background information on the neurological basis of the condition; strategies for identification, diagnosis and assessment; proven programmes of intervention which can be monitored by anyone closely involved with the child; strategies to improve curricular attainments; remediation activities to develop perceptual and motor skills; programmes to develop self-esteem; and information about where to find help.

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Developmental Dyspraxia: Identification and Intervention. A Manual for Parents and Professionals (2nd Edition)

 

The second edition of this manual aims to give parents, teachers and health professionals the confidence and know-how to diagnose and assess dyspraxia. The text includes: background information on the neurological basis of the condition; strategies for identification, diagnosis and assessment; proven programmes of intervention which can be monitored by anyone closely involved with the child; strategies to improve curricular attainments; remediation activities to develop perceptual and motor skills; programmes to develop self-esteem; and information about where to find help.

 

Contents :

- Introduction
- Development of the brain and the significance of diet
- What is Dyspraxia?
- Observable characteristics
- Research Evidence
- Behavioural problems: neurological? psychological?
- Intervention in the 'early years'
- Intervention with primary and secondary age pupils
- Adults with Dyspraxia
- Epilogue
- Appendices.