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Dysgraphia

What is Dysgraphia?

Dysgraphia is a condition that affects written work. Often handwriting is poorly formed, and consists of a mixture of block and cursive letters, as well as various sizes of letters. Handwriting is a fine motor skill and as such a person may struggle with other fine motor skill tasks especially with a time limit.

Support for Dysgraphia

Group Work: Does the young person have to write or can someone else.

Technology: Is Speech to Text software useful for your task? Could a keyboard be used?

Speech Would a conversation suffice instead of written work, how about voice recording?

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