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Seeing the positives

Rosie Edmondson discusses how she manages the challenge of living with dyspraxia and dyslexia

Secondary coordination

Are the needs of teenagers with dyspraxia being overlooked in the drive for early intervention? Sally Payne investigates 

Coordinated support for dyspraxia

If you want to help dyspraxic children, you have to support their parents, says Rachel Tucker (with Toby Lee)

Dyspraxia: a moving challenge

Mary Mountstephen examines the co-ordination problems of children with dyspraxia

Children’s animation could help dyspraxic kids

Producers of a new CBeebies animation, voiced by former Doctor Who star David Tennant, have worked with occupational therapists from the Dyspraxia Foundation to...

Are there reasons to be cheerful for the SEN resources market?

Despite claims of education cuts and economic gloom, Ray Barker provides an optimistic prognosis for the SEN resources market

Dyspraxia Awareness

As preparations are made for Dyspraxia Awareness Week in October, Wendy Fidler, of the Dyspraxia Foundation, provides some key pointers to an understanding of this little known condition

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...

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