Dysgraphia

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The issue is not that the student can't learn the material or do the work, but that the writing problems may be interfering with learning instead of helping.
Susan Jones
Written language disorders have also been referred to as developmental output failures.
Margaret Kay
Most learning disabled students experience difficulty with handwriting and probably could be considered dysgraphic.
I'm a successful adult with a learning disability (dyslexia); part of the reason for my success is that I use computers to organize and express my ideas.
Richard Wanderman

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