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Dysgraphia (Writing Disability)
Children with dysgraphia, simply put, have trouble writing. The trouble can take the form of poor letter formation with their letters running into each other or not staying on the line. More commonly with children who also have ADHD you will see poor spelling, punctuation and grammar and difficulty organizing their ideas and themes. As a result, some children with dysgraphia will put off written assignments or write the bare minimum while other children with dysgraphia will write out something as quickly as possible with little regard for spelling and punctuation—just to get it out before they forget what they are trying to write. Here’s an example of the latter:
Here is another success story from one of our patients with Dysgraphia, as described in a letter from his mother.
And here is his first place essay, amazingly the subject is Dysgraphia.