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Health Information For Parents
Regardless of their reading ability, people with dysgraphia have difficulty writing, and may have problems with spelling, writing legibly, or putting their thoughts on paper.
Kids and teens with dysgraphia may have:
Students with dysgraphia may:
If you think a student might have dysgraphia, recommend seeking an educational evaluation to a parent or guardian, an administrator, or a school counselor.
Students with dysgraphia need plenty of extra time to practice their writing skills. Teach them how to organize their thoughts and encourage them to edit and proofread their work.
If students continue to struggle with handwriting, try:
Additional accommodations may be necessary, including:
If your child has special needs in the classroom, he or she may be eligible for a government-supported learning plan.
Want to stay on top of your schoolwork by taking great notes? Here’s how!
Writing a paper can seem intimidating at first. But putting together a good paper really just involves a combination of things you already know how to do. Here are some tips.
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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