Learning Disabilities & Neuroatypism

  • dyspraxia
    Dyspraxia in children: understanding for better support

    Dyspraxia is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects motor coordination. Imagine your brain as an orchestra conductor, coordinating different instruments to create a beautiful symphony. In the case of dyspraxia, this conductor has difficulty synchronizing movements. It's not a question of willpower, but rather a discrepancy in the way the Brain processes and executes motor information.

  • Neuroatypia
    Neuroatypia in children: understanding for support

    A unique brain... What does this really mean, in a world where each of us perceives, thinks and feels differently? To celebrate this wealth of mental diversity, the concept of neuroatypia has emerged, used by specialists to describe those neurological singularities that make us different beings. Let's dive into an exploration of what this idea really covers. 🌱

  • speech therapists
    Speech therapists: what is their role with children?

    The speech therapist is a superhero of speech, language, communication, swallowing and learning. Their areas of expertise include helping a wide range of patients: children, teenagers, adults, seniors... Speech therapy sessions can be necessary at any age: whatever the problem, they're there, ready to help.

  • occupational therapist
    The occupational therapist’s role with children

    Pediatric occupational therapy is an essential pillar in supporting the development and autonomy of children with special needs, disabilities or frailties. This article describes the role and missions of occupational therapists with children. Find out how and when to enlist the valuable help of this expert to support your loulou in his development. 🌱

  • dysgraphia
    When words dance on paper: dysgraphia explained

    Dysgraphia. A term which may seem technical at first glance, but which refers to a very concrete reality for many children who experience difficulties in acquiring and mastering handwriting, and for their parents. Let's delve into this world together to understand it better and find out how to tackle it.

  • dysorthographia
    Understanding dysorthographia in children

    Spelling... what a pain! If dictations are a bad memory for you, imagine being in the shoes of a dysorthographic child. Dysorthographia is a neurodevelopmental disorder that makes learning and memorizing spelling rules particularly difficult.

  • Dyscalculia in children
    Dyscalculia in children

    Imagine you're immersed in a new language, with no dictionary to help you. You hear the words, but can't make sense of them. In simple terms, this is how a child with dyscalculia feels when faced with mathematics. It's a neurodevelopmental disorder that makes it difficult to understand numbers, calculations and related concepts.

  • HPI definition - High Intellectual Potential
    How to recognise an HIP child?

    Are you wondering how to tell if your child is HIP? It's hardly surprising at a time when gifted children seem to be on the increase. But what does it really mean to have High Intellectual Potential? And what does it imply? Let's take a look at what we mean and deconstruct preconceived ideas...