Child & Family (Home) – Teachers (School)

How to:
Reduce anxiety in school transitions
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How to:
Identify solutions to learning obstacles
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What’s in it for you…

From fear, frustration and failure
To budgeting & building gaming
computer @ 12 years old retail $3,000

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From below to at & above standard
24 hours – 60% students improve
5 days – 90% students improve

In New Zealand

School Children

Neurological diverse learners:
30% Urban Schools
60% Rural & Kura
90% 1 Kiwi School

Anxiety diagnosed:
24,000 Kiwi Kids
Bullied Recurrently:
68% Primary School

Entrepreneurs

Neurological diverse learners:
60% Entrepreneurs 40% Self-made Millionaires

Youth:
One of the highest suicide rates in the world

Prison inmates

Neurological diverse learners:
90% Not functionally literate
80% Not functionally numerate

Adults:
1 in 6 diagnosed with a mental illness

Children have a 50% chance of having dyslexia if 1 parent has it and a
100% chance if both parents have it. (Binda Dyslexia Center, April 2014)
Number of people with dyscalculia is similar to those with dyslexia.

Neurological Diverse Learners – What Do The Terms Mean?

Dyslexia - frustrated boy struggles to read

Dyslexia: The battle to
read, process and comprehend text.
(mental)

Dyphasia: The battle to comprehend and react or reply/speak appropriately.
(mental + physical)

Dyscalculia - frustrated girl struggles to calculate

Dyscalculia: The battle to comprehend and calculate arithmetic.
(mental)

Dysnomia: The battle to remember and recall words to speak.
(mental + physical)

Dysgraphia - frustrated man struggles to write

Dysgraphia: The battle to align thoughts and muscle movement to write, type & spell. (mental + physical)

Dyspraxia: The battle to plan and co-ordinate movement with thinking.
(mental + physical)

“I believe EVERYBODY has the right to learn and succeed in life.” Andria Studman

Clients and Supporters

What Our Clients Say

Andria Studman is an absolute inspirational speaker, who has the ability to easily engage her audience and hold their attention and motivate them.

We are fortunate to have hosted this remarkable person on two different occasions at my kura and at a national conference of a collective of 30 Kura.

Pem Bird Poutoko – Te Kura Kaupapa Motuhake o Tawhiuau

Day 1: Child read a few words that she knew.
Day 2: Child read 2-3 pages with me.
Day 3: Child said to me, “Whaea, I will read it by myself.” And she did.

Comprehension of the story by using this strategy is fantastic!

Karina Hope – TA – Western Heights Primary School

Get In Touch

38 High Street, Glenholme, Rotorua, New Zealand

027 806 9973 (text and we will call you)

info@dysco.nz