Child judges depth, distance or size incorrectly -- or can’t match clues from different senses.
Child can’t perceive small details or class similar objects together, confuses sizes, sequences or relationships.
Memory may be poor in certain areas: child may not be able to remember sequences of sounds, how sounds match with letters.
A world where those with learning difficulties experience success.
To support the education, employment, social development, legal rights and
quality of life of people with Specific Learning Disabilities.
* Acknowledge the uniqueness of individuals and celebrate our differences.
* Foster a sense of belonging as well as facilitating mastery, leading to independence.
* Treat everyone with good manners, respect and common courtesy.
The Seabrook McKenzie Centre was instrumental in getting assistance, supporting my parents, and was the catalyst for my success.
The Help we have received from the Seabrook McKenzie Centre has changed R's life. We are now looking into the future with optimism and we know that whatever ideas R has about his future, these are now achievable.