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Pedagogy

The domain of the pedagogy at the Kanner Helpdesk offers advice, diagnosis, and therapy in context with:

  • concentration

  • reading/spelling/calculating problems

  • dyslexia

  • dyscalculia

  • perceptions (optical differentiation, optical memory, optical seriality, auditory differentiation, auditory memory, auditory seriality, spatial orientation, body scheme).

Further:

  • schoolwork organization

  • AD(H)D-Coaching

  • Group training in social skills

are available.

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Consulting

Target groups

Please note:

Therapies can be worked out on an individual basis or in small groups of children.

We can set up a cooperation with a multifunctional network of specialists (doctors, psychomotor therapists, ergo therapists, speech therapists, nutritional consultants ...).

Target Group: Parents/Guardian

  • Detection of problems in children and teenagers.

  • Information on the problems existing.

  • Supporting activities: How can we help? Who should we contact? etc.

  • Coaching: finding, developing, and making use of the strong points of the parents or guardian to give educational help to children and teenagers and simultaneously supporting relief to the parents/the guardian.

Target Group: Child/Teenager

  • Specific diagnosis: detecting weak and strong points,

  • explanation of the problems existing,

  • offering support: taking advantage of strengths to compensate weaknesses.

  • All this takes place in co-operation with the parents.

Target Group: Teachers

Further to inquiry, teachers can be offered support with the permission and co-operation of the school director:

  • Information about possible problems for the teaching staff.

  • Support with various teaching techniques.

  • Attending meetings between school and parents to offer supportive coaching to find a consensus between school and home.

  • Supporting the child during lessons.

Target Group: Institutions

("Supervision" according to demand)

  • Discussing case studies.

  • Availability of information.

  • Advice to the personnel.

  • Attending meetings between school and parents to offer supportive coaching to find a consensus between institution and home.

  • Lectures on specific topics.

  • ...

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Diagnosis

What can be proven diagnostically on the basis of specific tests?

Development

  • neurological development

  • visual development

  • aural perception

  • linguistic development

  • psychological aspects: nonverbal intelligence diagnosis, fears, self-perception

Body

  • body scheme

  • laterality

  • general motor skills

  • fine motor skills

  • perception of time

Impairment/Disturbances which can influence learning

  • ADHD

  • reading/spelling/calculating problems

  • dyslexia, dyscalculia

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Please note:

The above-mentioned problems are often linked to aggressive behavior and a strained social situation.

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Individual support

What kind of support can be offered?

Supporting programmes can be individually set up and may include:

  • motor-pedagogical aspects

  • training in reading, spelling and calculating; training to overcome dyslexia and dyscalculia

  • training in perception and concentration

  • aspects of relaxation

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Please note :

On request, pedagogical reports can be provided also referring to anamnesis, test diagnosis, conclusive and supportive programs.

Group support

What kind of support can be offered?

  • Group training in social skills

  • Parents-coaching

Please note:

You can subscribe to our mailing-list via our contact form, in order to get information about the groups and the parent evenings.

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