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Post  George's on Wed Mar 05, 2008 1:37 am

Do any of the Forum members feel as I do that an fun-exercise class for our dyspraxic children would be helpful. My grandson,George, has found each gym clubs too exacting as the other children involved are fully able and therefore much quicker than him to react. Result..another sense of failure for him. I have specialist advice and information on suitable fun-exercise activities for dyspraxic children and will be happy to approach Calderdale Council with a view to enquiring in to the possibility of a club being run by a qualified gym teacher at the North Bridge Leisure Centre. If that fails perhaps we could organise such a club ourselves. I am a retired qualified teacher( not gym;English) with the required validation to work with children. Any thoughts on the fun-exercise suggestion would be welcome.

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Post  Ryans Da on Wed Mar 05, 2008 12:58 pm

My son is now 15 and because he was always "left behind" he stopped playing out years ago.
When he was a toddler he used to love going to the fun gyms but always had to be supervised by us as he was overwhelmed by the other more able kids rushing around and bouncing all over the place.

If you can get a gym club going, where children of a similar ability who understand each other can play together, then good on you.

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Post  kathy1 on Thu Mar 13, 2008 8:42 pm

hi what a good idea, if someone could ask around for details, cost etc then maybe as a group we could look into booking a regular venue. it also gives the children an opportunity to meet each other and make new friends.

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