These are some of the documents that I have written for my patients, parents, teachers and other professionals.
A quantitative study. Goal attainment scaling (G.A.S.) is an individualised criterion-referenced measure to evaluate treatment by quantifying achievement of specific goals over time.
A Parents Guide to Co-ordination Difficulties including Dyspraxia
A Handout for parents and children - By the Lee Medical Practice (PDF File)
Changes in interests following physiotherapy treatment for children with Dyspraxia - Michèle Lee MCSP SRP - Sue Yoxall MCSP SRP... (PDF File)
You are responsible for being organised! After you have finished with something PUT IT AWAY, STRAIGHT AWAY – being tidy helps you being organised! General motto “be prepared at all times” – so write job lists whenever you need... (PDF File)
In 1998 Lee & Smith indicated that physiotherapy was effective in the treatment of Dyspraxia. In a study of 60 patients, each one receiving an 8 week course of physiotherapy treatment, comparative results at the end of the programme... (PDF File)
References for Proving Effectiveness of Treatment
Michele Lee’s leaflet on guidance for parents considering the use of alternative therapies, compiled for the Dyspraxia Foundation... (PDF File)
A study to determine whether problems associated with D.C.D. persisted into adulthood and if so, did they become more manageable? The authors hoped to determine what strategies had been useful to overcome any persistent difficulties... (PDF File)
A study to ascertain if children with a diagnosis of Dyspraxia had other members of their family with similar or related conditions (Dyslexia, DCD, Aspergers Syndrome and autism)... (PDF File)
The aim of this poster is to establish the changes made with self esteem following 8 weekly physiotherapy sessions using the Lee method of treatment... (PDF File)