Dyspraxia Case Study
Thinking one thing and writing another is frustrating. Specialist tutors address all the traits of dyspraxia including disorganisation, erratic handwriting, lack of focus and a weak short-term memory.
Henry, 13, came to us just before he entered Year 9 at the Moat School, which focuses on specific learning difficulties. Whilst he was receiving specialist attention for his dyspraxia, he needed a private tutor who could give him one-to-one attention. We introduced Lisa, a specialist tutor. She delivered the Lindamood-Bell programme, dedicated to improving Henry’s sensory-cognitive functions in order to help him to cope better with his dyspraxia. Henry was identified as an auditory learner, so Lisa has incorporated the use of speech, music, and rhythm into his lessons. Lisa has now been working with Henry for over a year and a half. He is now making good progress towards his GCSEs.
If your child has dyspraxia, they may also benefit from a private tutor. We introduce the highest calibre of private tutors who have the experience and expertise to help your child develop their skills and flourish. To discuss your child’s requirements, please contact one of our tuition consultants today.