A child with dysgraphia lacks fine motor skills resulting poor handwriting. Handwriting is usually consistently distorted or unclear. This is a nervous system problem that affects the fine motor skills needed to write. It makes it hard for a child to do handwriting tasks and assignments.
These children’s may have symptoms including cramped grip, difficulty spacing things out on paper or within margins, Poor spelling, including unfinished words or missing words or letters.
These Childs also pose with tracking and focusing issues with the eyes. A combined approach of occupational therapy and vision therapy helps them to overcome the problem.