Dysgraphia is a neurodevelopmental learning difficult that may result in children finding it difficult to form letters, stay ‘in the lines,’ organising and expressing themselves on paper, or struggling with illegible handwriting. Often this can be construed as the child being lazy, which can do a lot of damage to their self-esteem and confidence. This may lead to anxiety and distress around written tasks and/or demand avoidant behaviour.

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