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    AIM: To describe the contribution made by consultations for learning disorders through their specific aims. DEVELOPMENT: The prognosis of children with specific learning difficulties, suffering from dysphasia, dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, dysexecutive or dysattentional syndrome, partly depends on whether the methods and materials required for their re-educational and pedagogical adaptation are financed, made available and explained to the child's family in the cases that have been classed as the severest. This is the goal of the 37 reference centres that have been set up in France in the last five years. This work describes the objectives of this consultation, as well as specific ways in which useful information about the child can be shared. CONCLUSIONS: Consultation for learning difficulties involves an interdisciplinary assessment that allows the case of a child with learning disorders to be placed within a new set of dynamics.

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    Title : NIH Proposal
    Author(s) : Senior Key Personnel, P I Case, A David, David Case, R Sf, E W A Anna, Peter Preusch, P I Licata, J Vince, P I Schulten, J Klaus, Janna Wehrle
    Abstract : AIM: To describe the contribution made by consultations for learning disorders through their specific aims. DEVELOPMENT: The prognosis of children with specific learning difficulties, suffering from dysphasia, dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, dysexecutive or dysattentional syndrome, partly depends on whether the methods and materials required for their re-educational and pedagogical adaptation are financed, made available and explained to the child's family in the cases that have been classed as the severest. This is the goal of the 37 reference centres that have been set up in France in the last five years. This work describes the objectives of this consultation, as well as specific ways in which useful information about the child can be shared. CONCLUSIONS: Consultation for learning difficulties involves an interdisciplinary assessment that allows the case of a child with learning disorders to be placed within a new set of dynamics.
    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2008

    Affiliations Computer Science, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen
    Journal : NIH
    Volume : 46 Suppl 1
    Issue : 301
    Pages : 1-106
    Url : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19808198

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