“Dysgraphia” – More Than Just Sloppy Handwriting!
by Danielle Shulman OTR/L, MSOT Although our children’s exposure to technology continues to grow, handwriting remains a large part of a child’s school day. They are asked to keep written journals, complete writing assignments, and participate in art projects that involve writing descriptions. They use handwriting to write letters to their friends, parents, and teachers. Children also need legible […]