Classroom Coping Skills for Kids with Dysgraphia

Do you remember learning to write your name for the first time? Forming every letter was a labor that required the utmost concentration and focus. It would take years before writing those few simple letters in the correct order became automatic.

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Dysgraphia in Children: What Parents Need to Know

Dysgraphia is a learning difference that impairs the ability to write. It is a neurological disorder that typically begins in school-aged children and can last throughout adulthood. With the proper strategies in place, children can learn how to improve their writing abilities while building their confidence. 

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