Sunday, January 16, 2011
Dysgraphia (dys=difficulty, ill, impaired, bad, abnormal; graph=write; ia=state of, act) is the state of having poor writing ability.
If you have a child with sensory issues or who has this disorder, then you will be interested in reading the following article found at "Homeschool Montgomery"
Dysgraphia comes in three forms. One is poor handwriting beyond what would be within a normal range; the next is the inability to transfer thoughts from the brain onto paper, and the third form is a combination of both. There are numerous causes or reasons for this condition. The good news is that in most cases, this is not a permanent state. Rather it is frequently developmental and a child can often actually ‘outgrow’ dysgraphia.
Read the rest of this great article here: Understanding Dysgraphia