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DYS-centrum Praha

…is a non-governmental organization working with individuals (children, adolescents and adults) with specific learning disabilities as well as their relatives. They offer them a range of various services including assessment, counselling, continuous therapy, cooperation with clients' schools and teachers, communication with the whole family.


Partner focus: Lenka Krejčová

Lenka Krejcová works as an educational psychologist. She is an associate professor in Faculty of Arts,
Charles University (where she works as a lecturer and a researcher), she is also a director of a non-governmental organisation DYS-centrum Praha (where she offers assessment, counselling, and long-term therapy) and in 2019 her colleagues and she establlished a second laboratory school in the Czech Republic (she is a member of the school management and a head of the school counselling centre). Her professional interests involve cognitive approach to education, dynamic assessment, specific learning difficulties. She has written several books and articles, she has been involved in development and/or localisation of several assessment and intervention tools.


Partner focus: Jana Pechancová

Jana Pechancová studied Teaching for Elementary schools with specialization in Special Education in University of Hradec Králové and then successfully studied Psychology in Charles University. Since 2010 she has worked at DYS-centrum Praha, especially with
children with specific learning difficulties. In 2018 she also started work with students with dyslexia in Czech Technical University in Prague. She has always tried to guarantee inclusive education for all her clients therefore the idea of the project is very close to her work interests.
She will work on implementation and evaluation of Karaton reading application in the A is for App project.

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