Understanding dysgraphia. Dysgraphia is a sibling condition to dyslexia that affects a person’s ability to hold a pencil properly, perform the movements necessary to write legibly, and get their thoughts down on paper. When someone has dysgraphia, they may experience writing as a difficult or even painful task. Dysgraphia is sometimes called dysorthographia or developmental…Read More
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Award-winning children's book author, speaker, dyslexia advocate, and radio show host.