Dysgraphia is a general term which describes a difficulty in getting ideas down on paper. this can include spelling difficulties, motor difficulties, and thought processing difficulties.
Symptoms may include:
- Sloppy handwriting
- Tight pencil grip
- Poor spelling
- Difficulty processing ideas.
- Omitting words when writing or leaving words unfinished
- Difficulty with grammar and sentence syntax
- Speaking out loud the words they are writing
Since dysgraphia can have varied underlying causes it is important to address all underlying causes. Each of these is addressed in the Learning Success System