The Dyscovery Centre provides a specialist high quality service for children and adults with, or suspected of having, a developmental disorder or learning difficulty. We are a friendly, inter-disciplinary team of health and educational professionals able to provide an integrated service in one place and where possible at one time.
We offer a person-centred approach that identifies and builds on an individual’s strengths. We work collaboratively to help a client address daily challenges, whether in education, home or work setting in the context of their lives.
We offer assessments and support for both adults and children who present with challenges that may be related to:
We offer support for a range of specific difficulties which may include: reading, handwriting, spelling, organisation and planning skills, concentration, physical coordination, language and communication, social interaction, self-care, and/or managing emotions.
The Dyscovery research team is working as part of the Dyscovery Centre: If you are interested in research regarding Developmental Disorders including Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (Dyspraxia), please find more information on the Research Dyscovery website.
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