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Proposals to the French education system

The Editorial of the Bulletin 82 – December 2014 - published by the french association APEDA France, Associations de Parents d'Enfants et d'Adultes en Difficulté d'Apprentissage du langage écrit et oral (dyslexie, dysorthographie, dyscalculie) Association Loi 1901, (French Association of Parents of Children with learning disabilities in written and oral language) presents the proposals made by the researcher Franck Ramus. In the french version of his article “Dyslexia the debate “ , which is the text of his conference speech made at the international congress of the French National Speech Therapists – FNO – 2014, the Researcher Franck Ramus gives very clear and practical advices to the French Education System :

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Systematic review of tests and interventions on Dyslexia

There are tons of different methods to diagnose and test for dyslexia out there. The clinical practice varies widely, and identifying the screening methods, diagnostic processes and support measures for which scientific evidence has been established is a challenging task. Therefore the Swedish government has commissioned the Swedish Council on Technology Assessment in Health Care (SBU) to systematically review and evaluate the scientific evidence for diagnostic or screening tests and interventions for children and adolescents with dyslexia.

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BDA offers Summer Schools on Dyslexia and Dyscalculia

In August, 2015, the British Dyslexia Association offers summer schools on both dyslexia and dyscalculia. 

Dyscalculia Summer School will run in Birmingham from Monday 10th – Wednesday 12th August 2015. This OCN Credit4 learning accredited programme is offered at Level 2 and consists of 3 days face to face training, followed by the completion and submission of an assessed workbook.

Dyslexia Summer School will run in London from Monday 4th – Friday 8th August 2015. This OCN Credit4 learning accredited programme is offered at either Level 2 or Level 3 and consists of 3 or 5 days face to face training, followed by the completion and submission of an assessed workbook. 

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