Dysgraphia

Dysgraphia is a disorder of writing ability is characterized by a number of difficulties or disabilities to compose written texts. In the vast majority of cases occur in children who do not have any related intellectual or neurological deficits, although in some subjects dysgraphia is associated with other learning disorders or speech problems or perceptomotricidad. Symptoms begin to appear from the approximately six years and, according to their type, are divided into two types: Motor dysgraphia, where the child has poor posture when writing, incorrectly handles the pen (or any type of pencil), type too fast or slow; and specific dysgraphia, characterized by a shift in the perception of the graphs, causing the child believes difficult to recognize letters (deformed, out of proportion, too close ...). Besides, people with dysgraphia often commit many errors in grammar, punctuation and organization of content in sentences and paragraphs.
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