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Published: May 19, 2011


A learning disability of otherwise normal children characterized by an inability to write conventionally at the appropriate level for the child’s age. Often the result of neurological damage, dysgraphia is characterized by letter reversals, incomplete letter formation, telescoping of letters and inability to write along a straight line, producing a wave-like appearance. Some or all symptoms of dysgraphia are common developmental problems for many preschoolers and kindergartners, but such symptoms normally disappear as they mature physically. For those whose symptoms persist, the word processor has proved the most effective method of overcoming the problem.
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