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Difficulties in learning to read (dyslexia), to spell (dysorthography), to concentrate or to coordinate complex gestures (dyspraxia)… “Dys” disorders are language and learning disorders. These “dys” can have consequences on schooling, daily life and lead to integration difficulties for these children. 40% of them have several associated learning disabilities.
What are the different types of “dys” disorders? What do we know about their causes? What support and support exist?
- Herve Glasel, neuropsychologist, specialist in child and adolescent development. Founder and leader of CERENE school of Dys.
- Andrea Ndouna Depenaudspeech therapist at the CHUO in Libreville in Gabon and cabinet the ENVOL
At the end of the program, we take stock of monkey pox. We talk about it with the Dr Emmanuel I’m sickScientific Director of thePasteur Institute of BanguiActing Chief Executive Officer.