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Over recent years, education budgets have been slashed, leading to a decline in teacher numbers, deep cuts to specialist support staff, and a fall in the number of professional educational psychologists.
During a visit to a school, the head of learning support also acts as an educational psychologist who tries to diagnose the learning problems of the children sent to her.
Educational psychologist Dr Marlynne Grant, who tracked a class of pupils from their first day at school, also found they were 21 months ahead in spelling by Year 2.
However, the parting shot from the educational psychologist was that even if the child is found to be dyslexic, there will be no extra help at school because of funding difficulties.
From a study that we carried out last year there does appear to be an upward trend," said Ernestina Sismanis, the Education Ministry's higher educational psychologist told the Cyprus Mail yesterday.
There is a lack of knowledge about the effect of powerful psychotropic drugs, used to treat conditions such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, on a child's development, according to the Association of Educational Psychologists.
org Dr PETER GARDNER, Chartered Educational Psychologist.
Educational psychologist Dr Liz Todd said many parents felt inadequate when it came to caring for their children.