Types of Dysgraphia
Dysgraphia has been misrepresented alongside dyslexia for many years. The misrepresentation has happened because there was a lack of differentiation between the two.
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Involves the sensory input a person receives from their environment.
Creates an interference between oral and written expression.
Difficulties in punctuation, capitalization, grammar, and run-on words.
Reflects a delay in motor control, accuracy, precision, and speed of handwriting.
The inability to link the patterns of letters to create words. Causes spelling problems.
Difficulties in understanding language to form proper paragraphs.
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