Improve your numeracy
The type of thinking needed to be good at maths – sequential thinking – isn’t easy for some imaginative and creative thinkers. People with dyscalculia struggle with the traditional methods of understanding and learning maths.
They may also experience difficulties in organising, time management and prioritising.
The programme includes:
- The release of stress and tension removing learning blocks.
- Creating physical, three-dimensional plasticine models of basic maths concepts.
- A steady progression of practical exercises leading to increased confidence and competence in arithmetic.