Dysgraphia: why Johnny can't write - a handbook for teachers and parents [3rd ed.]

CAVEY, Diane Walton
The purpose of this book is to discuss the social, educational and emotional world of children with dysgraphia, the inability to write legibly. Researchers who study student populations estimate that 10% of the elementary school population have learning disabilities (LD) serious enough to require special remediation. Learning disabilities present themselves in many different ways and cover a abroad spectrum of problems. Of those diagnosed with LD, many have dysgraphia. This booklet discusses children who exhibit symptoms of dysgraphia and closely related characteristics.

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