Search Results for 'Dyslexia'

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Literacy classes for children with dyslexia

The Galway branch of the Dyslexia Association of Ireland runs literacy classes for children assessed as being dyslexic on Tuesday and Wednesday evening from 5pm to 7pm and on Saturday mornings from 10am to 12 noon in Tirellan Heights primary school. Specially trained teachers are available who teach the children in small groups. These classes were previously held at the Galway Educate Together school.

‘Boxer’ bares all on dyslexia and mental health issues

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Top of table Buccs face stuttering Old Wesley

Buccaneers are home to Old Wesley in the Ulster Bank League Division 1B at Dubarry Park on Saturday and, due to the Italy v Ireland match, the game has an unusual 4.30pm kick-off time.

Is your child having difficulties in school?

When a student is struggling in school, parents may wonder what can be done.

Speech and language therapy with SpeechClinic

The SpeechClinic was established in 1992 and has a wealth of experience assessing and treating all types of communication disorders in both adults and children. The clinic has just moved to new premises in the Orsmond Clinic just opposite Lidl in Oranmore.

New scheme to tackle isolation of living with aphasia

It’s hard to imagine what life would be like if we suddenly couldn’t communicate with the people around us anymore.

Is your child having difficulties in school?

When a student is struggling in school, parents may wonder what can be done. Edward Joyce, an educational psychologist who holds masters degrees in psychology and education, has worked with students at primary, post-primary, and third level, and students who have severe difficulties in reading and mathematics.

Childhood learning difficulties just do not disappear

Welcome to the April 2014 article on our brain and what can affect its function.Frequent childhood ear infections make language and speech muffled and this is whatchildrenhear, process, sequence (put in order), and memorise, resulting in stored nonsense. So when a teacher asks a question, a child will give a completelydifferent answer to the question that was asked.

Is your child having difficulties in school?

When a student is struggling in school, parents may wonder what can be done. Edward Joyce, an educational psychologist who holds masters degrees in psychology and education, has worked with students at primary, post-primary, and third level, and students who have severe difficulties in reading and mathematics.

Is your child having difficulties in school?

When a student is struggling in school, parents may wonder what can done. Edward Joyce, Educational Psychologist, who holds Masters Degrees in Psychology and Education, has worked with students at primary, post-primary and third level, and students who have severe difficulties in reading and mathematics. Edward was Principal of St Anne`s School, Taylor’s Hill, Galway which is an integral part of CAMHS, West. He did in-depth assessments of children and adolescents with psychiatric, social, emotional, and behavioural difficulties, and developed programmes tailored to their learning styles and educational needs. Edward then joined the National Educational Psychological Service (NEPS), and worked in Galway city and county. His work on the Aran Islands and in North Galway was done through Irish. He now works with children, adolescents and adults who have the following difficulties: ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Social, Emotional and Behavioural difficulties, Speech and Language Disorders; and with Leaving Certificate students seeking eligibility for the DARE programme, and third level students seeking access to the Student Disability Services.

 

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