DDAT


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AcronymDefinition
DDATDe Dolfijnen Asse Ternat (Dutch: The Dolphin Asse-Ternat; swim club; Asse and Ternat, Belgium)
DDATDyslexia, Dyspraxia and Attention Treatment (UK)
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Sharma shared that at initial stage our organization (DDAT) is targeting twenty girls' primary schools of union councils Chelhar and Verawah of Tharparkar with the support of Education Department Sindh and UNESCO Pakistan, where basic school facilities along with hygiene kits and school recreational materials have been provided.
The exercises may involve doing two things at once; for example, one exercise in the Dore/DDAT program involves sitting and bouncing on a large air filled ball while tossing a bean bag from hand to hand (DDAT, 2006a).
He discovered DDAT treatment after it was featured on a TV documentary series two years ago and Gabby persuaded him to try it out.
David Lee and Lauren Watson will return to Balsall Common Primary School tomorrow to talk about the Warwickshire-based DDAT (dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit treatment) Centre.
THE Sunday Mercury article about the work of the Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Attention Deficit Disorder Treatment Centre (DDAT) underlined the need for improved research into this particular treatment.
And it's due to wife Gaby who persuaded him to try controversial DDAT - Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Attention Deficit Therapy - two years ago.
Mrs Ridley did not realise her problems stemmed from dyslexia until visiting the DDAT centre with her son Kenton three years ago.
Callum, the youngest of four children, had treatment at the DDAT (dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit treatment)/Dore Achievement Centre, based at Cardiff Gate, Cardiff, and the progress he made has been incredible.