Rome

SOS Dislessia is a service company that promotes clinical, rehabilitative and educational activities for children and adults with developmental dyslexia. The headquarters are in Siena but the SOS Dislessia centres are widespread throughout Italy including Bologna, Milan, Modena, Palermo, Rome and Turin. ...

Una Breccia Nel Muro (A Breach in the Wall) volunteer association was established at the end of 2011 to support autistic children aged 2 to 12 years, providing access to individually tailored intensive behavioural interventions with the goal to improve their quality of life. ...

Special Kids of Rome, or SKOR, is a self-help group that aims to support the families of children with special educational needs and learning differences. All roads lead to Rome, and the city is home to many international families but it can be hard to track down what kind of support is...

Arte al Sole takes kids on a creative cultural adventure through city streets or the Italian countryside, while teaching them about the art, culture, history, stories, language and even cooking of Italy. They offer family tours, workshops and children's summer camps in Lucca, Florence, Venice, Rome, Umbria and Sicily. Check their...

The Gladiator School Munera Gladiatoria by Gruppo Storico Roma Aeterna offers courses nearby the beautiful Villa Adriana. Children can learn to fight with many kinds of instruments, from wooden swords to heavy weapons. The students will leave with a diploma with their gladiator name in latin. Included in the day is a tour of Vila Adriana. Inside, in...

Break Into English offers language lessons online for children for all levels and all ages. Online Skype lessons for kids are taught by highly qualified native teachers that are trained specifically to teach kids using our uniquely effective technique which keeps young learners engaged and challenged at all times. Language...

Belinda Babumba is a Behavioural Optometrist who specialises in Paediatric Optometry and Visual Stress. She works with children and students with a range of visual and learning difficulties, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia. From her work it is evident how these restrictions can affect performance in the classroom and during lectures. Students are...