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(South Africa) School provides for kids with host of neuro-developmental issues

Aug 7, 2019, Sandton Chronicle: School for children who need extra attention Assisted learning education applies to children who have average to above average intellectual abilities, but do not perform according to their potential as a result of difficulties with reading and/or writing and/or arithmetic. The Bridge Assisted Learning School provides specialised education for Grade 0 to Grade 7 children with a range of academic challenges that have necessitated intervention, for example ADHD, anxiety, dyslexia, slow processing, poor working memory, auditory processing, sensory integration, trauma, dyscalculae, barriers to learning regarding Mathematics or English, slow pace etcetera. …

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