Search Results for 'Developmental dyspraxia'

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Is your child having difficulties in school?

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

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 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.

Seminar for parents of children with language and learning difficulties

Have you ever wondered how you can help your child to be calmer, more focused and concentrate better; to be a better listener; to understand more; to express themselves more fully and to enjoy engaging and interacting with their peers?

When school and grinds cannot work

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Welcome to the March edition of how the brain works and what affects its performance. Success in school today can be vital to your child’s future, so if your child has a learning, speech, phonics, reading, or language problem, etc, school can prove to be difficult, even with grinds.

Brain Care Ireland: dyslexia/dyspraxia intervention

Welcome to the October monthly column on our brains, what interferes with their function, and how technology can help overcome problems and impairments. Specific learning impairments (SLI) such as dyslexia, Asperger’s, dyspraxia, autism, and ADHD; general learning difficulties (GLD) such as poor memory, phonics, inability to process and sequence information that we hear, following directions from a teacher or a boss, grammar, word analysis, vocabulary, listening comprehension, confidence and self esteem, social interactions, learning, reading, language, speech, concentration and focus, and sentence and paragraph comprehension; and central nervous system disorders (CNSD) such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar, stroke, TBI, PTSD, dementia, Alzheimer’s, and mild cognitive impairment can all be helped with new validated software.

AIT to hold summer camp for students with dyslexia or dyspraxia

A summer camp for students with dyslexia or dyspraxia will take place at AIT from July 2-6.

Overcoming learning difficulties in children, teenagers and adults

If you or your child have a specific learning impairment (SLI) such as dyslexia, Asperger’s, ADHD, autism, dyspraxia, etc, or a general learning difficulty (GLD) such as poor memory, an inability to process or sequence what people are saying to you, no focus or concentration, an inability to understanding what you have just read, how much time, effort, and money is it really costing you, and what do you do when therapies do not resolve your problems?

Local group to host talk on awareness of dyspraxia

The Midlands Dyspraxia Support Group, in association with Dyspraxia Ireland, have a number of events coming up, for which they would appreciate your support.

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