Introduction Webinar


Teachers, Therapists, and Parents

You are the first line of defense against writing challenges.

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A premiere virtual experience for teachers, therapists, and parents determined to improve the influence dysgraphia has on their students.

Did you know…

Reading Proficiency Scores are down 23% since COVID.

Math Proficiency Scores are down 50%.

BUT, writing scores were never recalculated.


Yeah, and what’s even more appalling is that in 2017 Writing Scores for 4th graders were 75% at the BASIC, not Proficiency, the BASIC level.

Why isn’t that tidbit of information getting to the Press? 

Right now, during the 2023-2024 School Year, we have a chance to change that!

Are you with me?


Now that Structured Literacy is in place…

How are you preparing yourself for the needs of written expression challenges?

Structured Literacy reading programs must be

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How do you know which programs align with the new Structured Literacy programs? 

Which program helps students with dysgraphia overcome their written expression challenges?

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How do I know if the program my school uses is Structured Literacy or something else?

I had the same questions.

So I took some time to compare Reading Programs and Writing Programs.

Where do they fall on the curriculum spectrum?

How do they align with today’s Regulations and Standards?

But what are the Regulations?

Here’s what the Bill Summary says:

21st Century Dyslexia Act

This bill addresses the education of children with disabilities, with a particular focus on children with dyslexia.

Currently, dyslexia is listed as one of the disabilities under the definition of specific learning disability in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). This bill instead removes dyslexia from the definition of specific learning disability and establishes a stand-alone definition for dyslexia within IDEA.

Specifically, the bill defines dyslexia for purposes of IDEA as an unexpected difficulty in reading for an individual who has the intelligence to be a much better reader, most commonly caused by a difficulty in the phonological processing (the appreciation of the individual sounds of spoken language), which affects the ability of an individual to speak, read, and spell.

Additionally, the bill requires a local educational agency or other agency, in determining eligibility for or providing an accommodation or service under IDEA, to provide equal access to (1) children from low-income families or from families with low socioeconomic status, and (2) other children.

How does this Bill reflect written expression?

The three Specific Learning Disabilities are

Dyslexia = a disability in reading

Dysgraphia = a disability in written expression

Dyscalculia = a disability in mathematics

Diagnoses like Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorders, and dyspraxia are not included. 

Because dysgraphia is included, this Bill includes assessment and intervention for this diagnosis.

Is your staff trained in all areas of SLD or just reading?

Is there a formal handwriting program in your school?

How does it sync with your Reading Program?

That’s why I created this Complimentary Introduction Webinar!

You put in blood, sweat, and tears to earn your degree!

OTs are not trained in literacy.

Teachers are not trained in neuroscience.

Parents, even if they are a teacher or an OT, have an emotional connection to the student they are fighting for.

It’s time to take action and learn more about how to help these students.

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In case you don’t know me…

Cheri Dotterer

I'm Cheri Dotterer

I’m the 2022 Dysgraphia Expert of the Year.

This honor was awarded to me by Global Health and Pharma Magazine.

It took challenges at home and on the job to wake me up to the impact dysgraphia has on all students. I was mistaken that only students with learning disabilities could have dysgraphia.

My thoughts shifted when a parent asked me why her child could read and have trouble writing, and my gifted daughter came to me and asked for help with spelling.

That’s what triggered my research. My research has become the drive that gets me out of bed in the morning.

I’m driven to share what I have learned with you.

Together, we can impact the lives of 110 million children with writing challenges by 2025.

There is a way to help all students, not just those with a “learning disability.”

It’s a big shock when you discover how pervasive writing difficulties are and how little people know how to help–even OTs.

I used to think I was the only OT who struggled with understanding dysgraphia.

It turns out many have questions.

Show your school district how much you truly care about all of your students.

Join this complimentary Introduction to Dysgraphia. Begin the journey to transforming your classroom, clinic, or home!

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What people are saying about me…

Fabulous workshop!
Learning about the brain and all of the complex components that combine to enable a child to learn is fascinating. The more we understand, the better equipped we are to help children reach their full potential.


Dyslexia Tutor

I was thoroughly intrigued by her research and connections because what she shared about dysgraphia described many of my students. I thought that dysgraphia was only related to difficulties with motor control, but I now learned that it encompasses so much more.


Dyslexia Teacher

#STOPthewritingpandemic and help students overcome dysgraphia!


Which Reading and Writing Programs meet today’s Standards


A neurological foundation of learning to support reading, writing, and math, plus all other subject matter


Visual perceptual, motor, and memory interventions.

Now look, I get it…

You are tired.

You already have too much to do and implement on a daily basis, and there are a whole lot of moving parts in dealing with dysgraphia.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could just download this information, and it would magically upload into your daily practice?

On the bright side, you don’t need to.

You don’t have to figure out everything at once or overhaul your whole daily routine to increase success for your students.

Every journey is made up of many individual steps, starting with the first one.

I’ll show you one easy-to-implement change…that leads to another.

Every change impacts your students. So does every lack of change.

Will you keep trudging along down a rocky, weed-covered path you know leads to more of the same day-after-day struggle with writing time for you and your students?

Will you allow them to stay on that path, where repeated failures destroy their self-confidence and will affect the trajectory of the rest of their lives?

Or will you take your first step toward more smiles and better results during writing time?

Will you take the first step with them on a beautiful new road toward a better future?

Really, will it change their whole lives?

…at school
…at home
…in the community?

For me, learning how to best support all students through explicit, systematic, cumulative, and multisensory strategies has unleashed potential in my students that I would never have believed.

A two-minute adjustment in your lesson planning will help your students for a lifetime!

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Unless you are willing to commit to trying something new…

Then the time you’ve spent searching for help, and participating in this challenge, are a waste of your time.

But if you are a serious player, someone who’s looking to achieve the “next level” classroom this challenge will be the one you wish you had learned about last year.

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Warning: This Webinar is Not for Everyone

r will it tell you everything you need to know about dysgraphia.

It is an introduction!

You will take away a basic understanding.

You will take away how reading and writing programs intersect.

You will have some new ideas on how to take Multi-tiered Systems of Support Tier 2 and convert them to Universal interventions for all students.

It takes work to grow as an excellent teacher, therapist, or parent!

Although these interventions take only 2 minutes, they take strategic thought and some finesse to properly place them in the student’s day.

 We understand completely if you don’t have time to make even simple changes right now, with expectations of teachers constantly being raised.

But…in less than the time it took you to read this webpage, I bet you could rewrite your lesson plan for tomorrow to include the simple changes you’ll learn in this challenge.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the Dysgraphia Introduction Webinar for?

Anyone who interacts with children and wants to help them improve their writing skills.

Can I watch the live videos later if I miss them?

Yes! Replays will be available for a limited time.

Have other questions?

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