- New Latin : dys- + Greek -graphiā, -graphy. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I’m pretty sure I have always been mildly ADD and had what is know called dysgraphia when young — maybe still do.”
“Students with writing disorders such as dysgraphia, the inability to form letters or numbers, or those with dyslexia can have difficulty spelling and making logical transitions in their writing assignments.”
“The Davis methods report a 97\% success rate correcting (not curing) dyslexia and related conditions such as dysgraphia, dyscalculia, attention difficulties and dyspraxia.”
“Finding lowercase L's used incorrectly amidst all uppercase letters may be a fun pastime, but in some cases the lowercase L may be a symptom of a neurological disorder called dysgraphia, "a neurological disorder characterized by writing disabilities.”
“My fifteen year old son has sensory integration disorder, ADHD and dysgraphia.”
“Like others here, I only recently got around to having myself diagnosed for the ADHD, mild dyslexia and moderate dysgraphia I was always aware of.”
“I believe both my children are mildly ADD, and my son has been diagnosed with dysgraphia pretty severe when he was just starting to wield a pencil.”
“They sacrificed and took her to Atlanta Speech where she was tested for two days and viola -- learning disability with spatial processing, dysgraphia , and a few other issues.”
“Sue was also coping with some hearing loss, visual processing issues, and dysgraphia a neurological disorder that results in barely legible handwriting.”
“While this hereditary pattern did not correspond to the classic Mendelian paradigms explaining the recurrence of physical traits, it did indicate an inherited neurologic susceptibility, such as might also explain the incidence of disorders like dyslexia, dysgraphia, or Gilles de la Tourette syndrome.”
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