Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects writing ability, fine motor skills, and information processing skills. This particular disability can manifest itself in a variety of ways in people of all ages. In all cases of dysgraphia, writing takes copious amounts of energy and focus. Unfortunately, many parents ignore the potential signs of their child having a learning disability, preferring to remain in denial. However, it is much more dangerous to ignore the signs rather than face them head on, especially because the strain of overcoming such a difficult hurdle in your child’s life will take patience, understanding, discipline, and a high level of encouragement. This book is designed to help you move forward in identifying and accommodating your child’s learning needs, one step at a time.
Nathan G. Brant