Open Letter to the Teacher of That Kid- A letter everyone should read if they know a student that is difficult, frustrating or exhausting. This is something every educator should be aware of as every class will have a challenging kid in some way!
I have 4 sons and 2 grandsons who haveDevelopmental Dyspraxia. My third son was the worst affected, having to have surgery several times before he was 5 to correct a problem with his knees. I currently work as Learning Support to young adults,.
Learning Disability: This chart is great for helping understand and grasp what Dyspraxia is. It is a great aide for classroom activities as well as finding accommodations that best for the specific problems of the student.