Dysgraphia

AFFECTS A PERSON’S HANDWRITING ABILITY AND FINE-MOTOR SKILLS.
    • Dysgraphia is a learning disability which involves impaired ability to produce legible and automatic letter writing and often numeral writing, the latter of which may interfere with math.
    • Dysgraphia is rooted in difficulty with storing and automatically retrieving letters and numerals.
    • Individuals with dysgraphia often have difficulties in Executive Functions (e.g., planning and organizing).