What is Dysgraphia? Among various types of learning disabilities, the difficulties that cause an otherwise bright youngster to have significant difficulty in producing neat, legible written body of work refers to Dysgraphia. Children are put under tremendous pressure at school & home to write well. So much that in the process the original content is lost. Moreover, the effective writing that helps people remember, organize and process information becomes the primary barrier to learning.
The presentation shared above covers the following topics. What is dysgraphia, identifying it’s causes, ways to spot the sign and tips for parents and teachers.
NOTE : As you check for signs and symptoms of learning disabilities in your child, please understand that these signs may vary from child to child. Every child is unique. No child will definitively exhibit all the symptoms. You can however aim to check if multiple signs described in the presentation above fit the characteristics exhibited by your child, in the event of which a case for a learning disability maybe suspected and assessed accordingly.
Take a moment to also explore and learn about other Learning Disabilities such as Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Dyslexia.
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