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Daniel Has Dyspraxia

One of our award winning collection of Stories for Special Children. Daniel's story describes typical difficulties faced by children with dyspraxia and identifies some of the ways that adults can help. The second half of the book is dedicated to providing advice and practical strategies.
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One of our award winning series "Stories for Special Children." This book is divided into two parts: the first half is a story, written and illustrated for young readers. The story describes a day in the life of Daniel who has dyspraxia. He struggles to get organised in the morning, practices hard with cutlery, gets cross with his mum for not trusting him to cross the road alone, and gets support at school with the issues that he finds so hard. The aim is to reassure young readers who may have dyspraxia themselves, or to use with a group of children for PHSE to encourage understanding of others' difficulties and an awareness that we are all different.

The second half of the book is aimed at the adults who support children with dyspraxia or coordination difficulties. It contains valuable information and suggested methods of supporting these children and enabling them to meet their potential.

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