Understand Dyspraxia
Uncover Your Superpower

Nurture your star qualities
Diminish your difficulties

Work with elite tutors who actually understand you. We’ll show you how to harness who you really are into a superpower, instead of forcing you to be like everyone else.

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Margo Fourman

Founder, Oxford Specialist Tutors
B.Sc., M.Ed., Fellow of the British Higher Education Academy

Despite working in education and being a teacher her entire life, Margo struggled with severe dyslexia and dyspraxia for most of her life. At age 50 she finally discovered how to turn her disability into a superpower. She now supports students around the world in doing the same for themselves.

“Why is your work such a mess?!”

Your entire life, people have misunderstood you.

If you’ve followed traditional advice for improving your grades, you have followed procedures carefully, one step at a time.

Which makes sense...

...to people who don’t know what it’s really like to have dyspraxia.

But you do know what it is like to actually have dyspraxia.

You know it’s not just about being clumsy or disorganized. You know that the advice of well-intentioned family members and teachers doesn’t actually work for you.

Sure, following a procedure sometimes gets results, but that’s far from a complete solution. It’s a patchwork - it helps you meet their expectations but it doesn’t show you how to thrive.

Here’s the reality...

You not only need to learn how to organize your thoughts to present them to others, but also to discover the strengths of your special abilities - your unique non-verbal reasoning - and how you can use them to your advantage.

And the only way to achieve this is to get personal guidance from a specialist dyspraxia tutor who actually understands what dyspraxia is, how to manage it, and most importantly, how to work with you to find what will work best for you.

It’s not that you’re “learning disabled” or stupid. It’s that you’ve been following the advice of people who don’t understand how you think. You have been trying to do it their way instead of doing it your way.

For those with Dyspraxia, there are specific secrets to succeeding in school... and in life.

Think about it. Dyspraxia is a genetic trait that has evolved over millions of years and appears everywhere around the world. So it must have an evolutionary advantage, or it would have died out. You just need to learn what that evolutionary advantage is and how to use it to your benefit.

Many of the things you’ve been told are wrong:

  • People tell you your handwriting or typing will only improve with more and more practice.
  • But that’s the hard path. There are simple but essential changes you can make to your work environment that will give you almost instant improvements with less effort.
  • Most people will tell you that you need to work logically, step by step to learn.
  • But in fact, the opposite is true for you. Your best answers just pop into your head without you knowing how. What’s been missing is that you need to learn to reverse engineer the answers that pop into your head to explain them to other people.
  • Only then can others understand your genius.

Getting advice from people who don’t deeply understand dyspraxia is like bringing an airplane to a car mechanic. They aren’t going to know what to do with it, so they’ll change the oil and send you on your way.

Our specialist dyspraxia tutors are the airplane mechanics. We understand how you really are, so we can show you how to turn what others consider a disability into a superpower.

We aren’t here to teach you math, or chemistry, or any specific subject. We’re here to teach you how you learn - and to adapt with you as your courses get more difficult.

Once you learn to explain your intuitive reasoning to others, you will not just keep up with your classmates, but excel.

Your entire life you’ve been told that your dyspraxia is a problem. Our specialist dyspraxia tutors will show you how to find the superpower hiding within.

If you would like to talk with one of our experts to discuss what would be the best approach to support you with your Dyspraxia, book a free consultation today.

These people had Dyspraxia and made it a superpower.
Why not join them?

Daniel Radcliffe

Actor, famous for his role as Harry Potter

Charlotte Bronte

Pioneering British author

Sir Isaac Newton

Mathematician, astronomer and physicist who ‘discovered’ gravity