Difficulty in Writing – Dysgraphia

Difficulty in Writing, also known as Dysgraphia, is a learning disorder that affects the written language skills such as word recognition, spelling, writing process, written expression and the ability to create written products.

This disorder may affect fine motor skills such as letter formation and writing speed and linguistic aspects of writing such as spelling, writing fluency and written expression.

Consult TBC if the child/teenager:

  • Writing in an unintelligible handwriting
  • Inability to organize writing on paper
  • Difficulty keeping space between words
  • Difficulty in writing on a straight line
  • Inability to plan and organize writing content
  • Difficulty in expressing thoughts in writing
  • Inability to write correctly spelled words
  • Inability to construct grammatically correct sentences and paragraphs