Developmental Dyspraxia;Books

23rd April 1999 at 01:00
DEVELOPMENTAL DYSPRAXIA. By Madeleine Portwood. David Fulton pound;15.00.

Jackie Harrop on recent books for teachers and parents

Do not be put off by the rather biological early pages - this is up-to-date, and offers workable programmes for children with dyspraxia ranging from early years to secondary, that have been well-tested in Durham classrooms. It also contains some useful references and addresses. Good for both teachers and parents.

Jackie Harrop is head of learning support services for Harrow

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