Dysgrahia:HELP!!!! Part 2


When we consider all the major components of handwriting that have to be integrated for legible handwriting, one wonders how any of us can write. This seemingly simple task requires organization, sentence formulation, spelling, punctuation, fine motor skills, visual perceptual abilities and much more.

Articles such as “Dysgraphia” by Margaret J. Kay EdD 2010 and “Developmental Dysgraphia and Motor Skills Disorders” by Ruthmary Deuel have referred to different subtypes of dysgraphia, as listed below.  Upon exploring which type of dsygraphia your child has, in conjunction with professional testing, you may be able to better determine contributing factors to your child’s writing issues and the appropriate professional to work with your child.

Next post we will look at the three subtypes of dysgraphia mentioned in the above articles.

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