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Welcome to Tinsley House Clinic

The Tinsley House Clinic has a particular interest in the treatment of children who have previously been diagnosed with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD, ADHD, OCD and Tourette’s syndrome of childhood.

The learning and behavioural disorders as we know them DO NOT exist. They do not exist as they are not conditions per se but symptoms and symptoms that will always present in patterns of comorbidity (together).

You may consider that your child is suffering from dyslexia because they are struggling to read and this therefore is the most obvious symptom but the chances are that following a detailed consultation and examination that we will find that they are also displaying aspects of dyspraxia and attention deficit.

Therefore, it is essential to identify each child’s unique pattern of symptoms and to relate each individual symptom to a specific area of the brain in order that a treatment programme can be put in place that specifically addresses their own particular needs.



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    Cobh, Cork

    Robin will be visiting Cobh, CORK in December.

    Appointments are available to see children with learning and behavioral issues on the 13th - 14th December between 9 am and 7 pm.

    To book an appointment call Robin on 00 44 1590 612432

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Gudh Elf and Badh Elf – A Picture of Elf

In a land where this world ends and at least a footstep within the realm of fantasy lived a little boy called Badh Elf.

Bestselling author Robin Pauc (Is That My Child?) takes you to Elfland, where through the medium of fantasy, he looks at the learning and behavioral disorders of childhood. Each story (with a sprinkling of childish humour, brilliant illustrations and some fairy magic) looks at an individual issue and helps both children and parents understand the cause and treatment.

Dyslexia, dyspraxia, attention deficit, tic disorders, obsessions and silliness syndrome all receive the attention of the Good Doctor, of Tiddleton-on-Sea, Elfland. Bullying, obesity and the importance of friendship are also addressed as the lives of Elves, Goblins, Fairies, Boggarts, Bogles and even Trolls unfold in this magical land.


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