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Helping children to succeed using The INPP Method

INPP specialises in identifying physical factors which can underlie the learning problems which are often a feature of Dyslexia, Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD or Dyspraxia) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and which show up as under-achievement. The INPP Method does not seek to replace conventional assessements carried out by Educational Psychologists, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Read More

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2008-2009 Post Graduate Course in INPP Theory, Diagnosis and Treatment of Neuro-Developmental Disorders

Applications for training courses in The INPP Method for 2008-2009 are now being received. If you would like to apply for this training course please note the closing date for applications is 30th July 2008. Information on our training can be viewed on www.inpp.org.uk/training, or email us for detailed syllabus at mail@inpp.org.uk. If you would Read More

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Training days in the use of The INPP Programme for Schools 2008

Dates for I day courses in the use of The INPP Programme for Schools 2008: 23rd May 2008 20th June 2008 12th September 2008 17th October 2008 Course fee £110 plus VAT Please note this course can also be delivered as in-service training to groups of schools by prior arrangement. For details of fees for Read More

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Does the DDAT programme provide a cure for dyslexia?

INPP is frequently asked, what are the differences between The INPP Method and The Dore (DDAT) Programme? Information about the background to a number of programmes aimed at improving balance and coordination can be found at www.inpp.org.uk/publications. “Cerebellar theory should not be discounted in response to aggressive marketing strategy”. Research based on the use of Read More

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