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The Writing Dilemma: Understanding Dysgraphia

The Writing Dilemma: Understanding Dysgraphia

“Clearly it is time for a holistic approach to the understanding of writing. The Writing Dilemma offers an embarrassingly overdue breakthrough, as this most important work acknowledges and describes vividly the multiple possible breakdown points that must be considered in a child who is not developing writing skills.” Other sections include components that facilitate automatic writing performances, assessment techniques, and a variety of recommendations for compensations and remediation of writing problems.

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