Additional Resources/References

Some Irish Websites and Resources

Some International Websites and Resources

Further Reading


Some Irish Websites and Resources

  1. Dyspraxia Association (Ireland), website: http://www.dyspraxiaireland.com/
  2. Dyspraxia/DCD Association (Cork, Ireland), website: http://www.dyspraxiadcdcork.ie/
  3. Dyspraxia/DCD Association Cork (2007) Tips for Teens and Teachers: Developmental Coordination Disorder, download from: Tips for Teens and Teachers [PDF - 364 KB]

Some International Websites and Resourcess

  1. The Dyscovery Centre, Living with Dyspraxia (DVD), website: http://www.dyscovery.co.uk/
  2. Instructional Intelligence offers samples of mind and concept maps, website: http://www.instructionalintelligence.ca/html/resources.htm
  3. Sensory Integration Network UK and Ireland, website: http://www.sensoryintegration.org.uk
  4. CanChild is a research and educational centre based in Canada.  This site has particularly useful sections related to the learning and teaching of pupils with Developmental Coordination Disorder/Dyspraxia. Clikc here for website.

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 Further Reading 

  1.  Click here for SESS Book Borrowing Library
  2. Sweeney, C. (2007), Good Inclusive Practice for Children with Dyspraxia/DCD in Irish Primary Schools, Dublin: EU Publishing on behalf of the Dyspraxia Association of Ireland. (Available from the Office of the Dyspraxia Association, Jungheinrich, 69 Cookstown Industrial Estate, Tallaght, Dublin 24.)
  3. Boon, M. (2001), Helping Children with Dyspraxia, London: Jessica Kingsley.
  4. Buzan, T. (2003), Mind Maps for Kids, London: Thorsons.
  5. Dockrell, J. and Messer, D. (1999), Children’s Language and Communication Difficulties, London: Cassell.
  6. Kirby, A. and Drew, S. (2003) Guide to Dyspraxia and Developmental Co-ordination Disorders,
    London: David Fulton Publishers.
  7. 11. Platt, G. ( 2011) Beating Dyspraxia with a Hop, Skip and a Jump ; A Simple Exercise Program for Home and School, London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  8. Macintyre, C. (2000), Dyspraxia in the Early Years: Identifying and Supporting Children with Movement Difficulties, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  9. Macintyre, C. (2001), Dyspraxia 5–11: A Practical Guide, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  10. Portwood, M. (1999), Developmental Dyspraxia: Identification and Intervention (2nd edn), London: David Fulton Publishers.
  11. Portwood, M. (2000), Understanding Developmental Dyspraxia: A Textbook for Students and Professionals, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  12. Ripley, K.
  13.  (2001), Inclusion for Children with Dyspraxia/DCD: A Handbook for Teachers, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  14. Ripley, K., Daines, B. and Barrett, J. (1997), Dyspraxia: A Guide for Teachers and Parents, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  15. Ripley, K., Barrett, J. and Fleming, P. (2001), Inclusion for Children with Speech and Language Impairments: Accessing the Curriculum and Promoting Personal and Social Development, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  16. Rustin, L., Cook, F., Botterill, W., Hughes, C. and Kelman, E. (2001), Stammering: A Practical Guide for Teachers and Other Professionals, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  17. Stuart, L., Wright, F., Grigor, S. and Howey, A. (2002), Spoken Language Difficulties: Practical Strategies and Activities for Teachers and Other Professionals, London: David Fulton Publishers.
  18. Tod, J., Blamires, M. and Castle, F. (1999), Individual Education Plans: Speech and Language (IEPs), London: David Fulton Publishers.

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