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Can I Tell You about Dyspraxia

Author : Maureen Boon
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A boy named Marco describes what life with dyspraxia is like, explains the challenges he faces, and suggests ways for parents and educators to help those who suffer from the condition.

Understanding Developmental Dyspraxia

Author : Madeleine Portwood
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In this text, the emphasis is placed on the theoretical aspects of developmental dyspraxia, the latest research data and the neurological basis of the condition. The focus is to enable professionals to diagnose the disorder and determine the most appropriate and effective methods of intervention.

Dyspraxia 2nd Edition

Author : Geoff Brookes
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Up to ten per cent of the population is believed to suffer from some form of dyspraxia. Accessible and engaging, this practical guide provides teachers with tips and techniques for teaching students with dyspraxia. "There are symptoms, there are problems, there are frustrations, there are tears. But there are strategies that can lead to positive outcomes. And while it is important to understand where it comes from, providing support and guidance is what this book is all about." From the introduction This book will prove invaluable reading for everyone who works with young people. This new edition contains new chapters on cures and adolescence.

Coping with Dyspraxia

Author : Jill Eckersley
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Dyspraxia is believed to affect up to 10% of the population, and involves difficulties with physical co-ordination. Children with dyspraxia may find it hard to learn to write, tie shoelaces or join in P.E. lessons. Adults with dyspraxia may find everyday tasks problematic, such as using a tin-opener, having a bath, playing sport or, in some cases, even speaking clearly. This updated edition of Coping with Dyspraxia explains how this condition may affect people, and how to cope with it, at any stage of life.

Dyspraxia

Author : Amanda Kirby
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Discusses the condition of dyspraxia which causes motor ability problems for children, and includes information on symptoms, a glossary of techincal terms, and a list of resources.

You re So Clumsy Charley

Author : Jane Binnion
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Charley always seemed to get into trouble, though he didn't mean to. He was getting fed up of going to school because he felt different from most of the other kids. Then he met his Aunty Bella. And everything changed. This illustrated children's story explains what it feels like to be a child who is different from other children. Charley seems to keep getting into trouble all the time for doing things wrong. While not labelled in the story, Charley has a specific learning difficulty. In particular, he shows dyspraxic (a.k.a. Developmental Coordination Disorder) tendencies such as clumsiness. It is Charley's specific learning difficulty that makes him feel different and therefore unhappy at school, because he doesn't understand it. Thankfully, when Charley learns he is not alone, things begin to get better for him. This book can be used with young children to discuss how neurodiversity (e.g. dyspraxia, dyslexia, ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome) is not a bad thing and that in fact it can have its strengths. This illustrated book helps parents, teachers, and other adults who support children, have a non-threatening discussion about specific learning difficulties with children of primary school age. Children find it easier to relate to, and discuss, the character in the story rather than have all the attention focused on them. Using the book as a catalyst for discussion, adults can use the illustrated story at home or in school with children who have a specific learning difficulty, or exhibit tendencies of one. Teachers can use the book to help classmates better understand their peers who may struggle with some things others don't (e.g. as illustrated by Charley's clumsiness in this story). Similarly, parents can use the book to help children better understand family members. You're So Clumsy Charley was originally published under the Funky Gerbil imprint in 2013. This Second Edition has had a change of typeface, along with the inclusion of some additional information for teachers/adults. This revised edition has been moved over to the Your Stories Matter imprint (under the same publisher). Charley was written by someone who is herself dyspraxic, and is based on both her own and her daughter's experiences of being misunderstood. She wanted to help those children who continue to remain misunderstood. As with all of its books, the publisher aims to help people know they are not alone with what makes them different. If a young person or adult can relate to a story, it gives them hope and encourages them to share their concerns. The publisher aims to provide free teaching resources for all of its books that can be used in schools, to help improve understanding and celebrate differences.

Emily s Sister

Author : Michele Gianetti
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Emily’s sister is different from other children she knows. She seems to struggle with things most of us just do naturally. In this delightfully illustrated story, based upon real family experiences, Emily discovers how to understand and help her sister live a happier life. This story, written by the parent of a child with Dyspraxia and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), paves the way for parents, teachers and medical professionals to discuss these specific learning difficulties with children (aged around 7-9). Unlike most other books on the subject, this book has been written from a child's perspective: enabling young people to ask questions of the story in a non-threatening way and encouraging them to discover how it relates to them. This book can be shared with children having special needs, their family, or their classmates. As with all of its books, the publisher - Your Stories Matter – aims to help people know they are not alone with what makes them different. If a young person or adult can relate to a story, it gives them hope and encourages them to share their concerns. The publisher aims to provide free teaching resources for all of its books that can be used in schools, to help improve understanding and celebrate differences.

100 Ideas for Supporting Pupils with Dyspraxia and DCD

Author : Amanda Kirby
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This practical guide provides those working with dyspraxic and DCD children with 100 ideas of how to support and develop their learning. Lists cover the entire school age range and range from developing fine and gross motor skills to preparing children for the next stage of schooling or for future careers.

Infant toddler Symptom Checklist

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Restoration of Normal Movement After Stroke

Author : Margaret Johnstone (FCSP.)
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Restoration of Normal Movement after Stroke provides a complete practical guide to the techniques and rehabilitation programmes developed by Margaret Johnstone. It gives an insight into the problems of stroke patients and their families, and provides a guide to the therapeutic management of the patient from the onset of stroke to recovery. The importance of a team approach to the restoration of muscle function is strongly emphasised.

Dyspraxia DCD Pocketbook

Author : Afroza Talukdar
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Find out what exactly dyspraxia/DCD is and the current approaches to diagnosis. Learn how to recognise students with dyspraxia; familiarise yourself with the effects of the condition, including secondary consequences; and equip yourself with a range of teaching tools and classroom strategies to support pupils with this 'hidden disability'. Afroza Talukdar works as a specialist teacher, providing advice to mainstream teachers on how best to address the needs of children with motor co-ordination difficulties. She cuts through the confusion of different terminologies and overlapping difficulties and explains how you can make a real difference in helping students with this disorder to achieve their potential. By the end of the book you will understand dyspraxic learners' complex difficulties and feel confident about developing a dyspraxia-friendly classroom within which they can be addressed.

Emotional and Sensory Processing Problems

Author : Susan S. Poisson
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Dyspraxia and Its Management

Author : Niklas Miller
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AEU

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Dyspraxia in the Early Years

Author : Christine Macintyre
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This text shows professionals who are working in early years settings how to understand the specific difficulties a child with dyspraxia may encounter. It encourages them to consider the wider implications of the disorder for both home and school environments. The author demonstrates clearly and practically: how existing classroom conditions and routines can be adapted to encompass the needs of the child with dyspraxia or motor difficulties; the checklists and oservation schedules which can be used to give a fuller picture of the problems facing such a child; how to breakdown the basic movement patterns into different competency levels so that progress can be made via appropriate teaching points; and how analysing the movement patterns of a child can reveal their cognitive development.

Congressional Record

Author : United States. Congress
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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)

Could It Be You

Author : Carina Norris
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Following the massive success of his first book Is That My Child? - the groundbreaking guide to overcoming learning difficulties in children - Dr Robin Pauc turns his attention to adults and provides a revolutionary new way of understanding and treating conditions from dyslexia and dyspraxia to ADHD and Tourette's Syndrome. With sound advice, dietary tips and brain exercises, Dr Pauc explains the history of adult learning difficulties and provides a lifeline to those suffering from these conditions, including: · The impact of learning difficulties on adults · The history and symptoms of learning difficulties · Practical ways to treat Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD/ADHD, OCD, Tourette's, Autism and Asperger's syndrome · How diet can help adults with learning difficulties · General and specific exercises to help

The Parliamentary Monitor

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My Friend Has Dyspraxia

Author : Nicola Edwards
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Discusses what dyspraxia is, how it is diagnosed, and how it is treated.

Stroke

Author : Henry J. M. Barnett
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