Glossary which has been created by textbook writers and professionals with several years of experience in methodology is now ready to begin functioning as a multi-lingual website.

Educators, maths teachers, primary school teachers, parents and their children with special educational needs will be able to get in touch and receive advice about how to improve maths skills and how to recognise the symptoms of dyscalculia.

What does their diagnosis mean? How can they get help? 

There are writings, proposed trainings about the development of numeracy skills, counselling pertaining to the diagnosis, and the improvement of numerical and arithmetical skills.  

Besides kindergarteners and students, adults can also benefit from using the customised online dyscalculia screener, and the ”by-mail” and online correspondence programme which provides methodological guidance through our workbooks at all range of numbers. We strive to help development by making the materials available for order and by presenting tools that can be utilised at home.

While teachers are provided with help through worksheets that they can use as a support in the classroom and to give out homework, health professionals receive help in habilitation and rehabilitation. Parents can expect both practice and homework-related support.

It is never too late for improvement; it can begin at any age, even in adulthood.






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