Definitions - Clarifications

Problems or In Contrast, Excellent Performance in Gymnastics: Clumsy, asynchronous, they cannot keep their pace. But there is a likelihood that they have a well performance in sports, from which they gain their lost confidence.

Difficulties in Synchronisation-Keeping Pace-Rhythmic Μovements: Difficulty in rope climbing, head-shots in football, difficulties in pace and dancing.

Problems in sequence (of movements) (quite often): Slower learning of the correct and automatic execution of...

Μαρία Ξύστρου

According to international bibliography and studies of recent decades, children with Learning Difficulties and Dyslexia, face themselves as marginalised and have lower educational performance compared to the other students (Wiener, 1998). Their reading and their other learning problems probably continue in their adult life with devastating effects on their feelings for their self-esteem, personal relations and job opportunities.

Also, equally important is the relation of learning difficulties...


... it is nice to be a dyslectic just have to know what is happening to you.

-What is DYSLEXIA?

Dyslexia is very misleading because it doesn't appear in everyday verbal communication, since dyslectics don't have speech problems and they usually have excellent logic and intelligence. Only when we know its existence, we can treat it promptly and properly. In contrast, i g n o r a n c e worsening their specific learning difficulty that appears in reading, spelling, written speech and...


The Law 2817/2000, article 1, concerning the "Education of people with special educational needs and other provisions" and the organisation and operation of Diagnosis, Evaluation and Support Centres (KDAY) and Special Education School Units (SMEA) as well as the Rules of procedure of Diagnosis, Evaluation and Support Centres (KDAY) (No. of decision Γ6/4494, 8-11-2001) refer to the support and assistance to persons with special educational needs, mainly by restricting these people in those...