07 Nov, 2013
What do you call the disability to write or rather a writing disorder?
It is called Dysgraphia.
Dysgraphia is a learning disability that hampers the writing skills of students, as a result of which students have a
- Illegible handwriting
- Wrong formation of letters and numbers
- Poor grip of pen/pencil
- Distraction from studies
- Incorrect spellings and grammar
- Low self-esteem etc.
It is important to know as a parent that if your child writes poorly, is the reason Dysgraphia?
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