Dysgraphia Adult section
Many adults who have dysgraphia have never been diagnosed as being dysgraphic. People with dysgraphia often have major problems in a work environment, filling in forms etc., because they try to hide the problem.
Many students with dysgraphia also suffer from low self esteem, lack of confidence and fall short of their employment ability; they are often relieved to know their lack of progress is due to dysgraphia and once diagnosed, they can receive the right kind of help.
People with dysgraphia should be able to use the Access to Work Scheme (AtW), which offers help to place people with learning difficulties in work. It can also offer training facilities.
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Dysgraphia Adult Checklist
Dysgraphia Typing Programme
Dysgraphia Adult Exam Concessions
Teenagers Guide to Dysgraphia
Dysgraphia Access to Work (ATW) Scheme
Dysgraphia Adult Support Groups
Dysgraphia and Driving Test
Dysgraphia: An Employer’s Guide
Dysgraphia: In the Workplace
‘dyslexia and other learning difficulties – a parent’s guide’ – book
My book: ‘Dyslexia and Other Learning Difficulties – A Parent’s Guide’ has been updated and re-released in January 2010. It contains extensive information on dyslexia, dysgraphia and other specific learning difficulties (SpLDs).
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‘dyslexia and alternative therapies’ – book
My book: ‘Dyslexia and Alternative Therapies’ contains information on a wide range of alternative therapies and the way they can help people with dyslexia, dysgraphia and other specific learning difficulties (SpLDs).
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