When we observe a child continually struggling to do something, what they are actually telling us that they cannot perform that task. They are telling us that something has gone wrong for them, resulting in the struggle we see.
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When I first began working with kids, I started to wonder why education was routinely in the news for not meeting the needs of the kids it serves. The reason why kids struggle was so obviously a...
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Natoya has been an occupational therapist for over 25 years and specialises in helping children and adults who struggle with everyday tasks, by way of a groundbreaking therapy - The Visual Perceptual Therapy. She works and consults around the world<div>Natoya works with:</div><div><ul><li>Kids who struggle with literacy and numeracy<br></li><li>Kids on the autism spectrum<br></li><li>Kids with cerebral palsy and many other diagnoses<br></li><li>Kids with dyslexia<br></li><li>Kids with handwriting issues<br></li><li>Kids with intellectual disabilities<br></li><li>Kids with gross motor issues<br></li><li>Kids with co-ordination issues<br></li><li>Kids who struggle socially<br></li><li>Kids who are anxious in social situations or any other situation<br></li><li> <span lang="EN-AU">Kids who seem immature</span><br></li><li>Kids who struggle with everyday tasks and activities<br></li><li>Some kids with speech and language issues </li></ul></div>
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