Dysgraphia – Learning disability that affects writing
Dysgraphia is a learning disability that causes the patient difficulty while writing. It is also known as the Disabled handwriting.
It has been seen that people with dysgraphia often have high IQs, but struggle with writing.
The symptoms of the disability include writing different sized letters, flipping written letters and jumbling numbers.
People with dysgraphia can also have trouble in writing down their own thoughts and also spell incorrectly. Slow or labored writing, which can also be neatly done, is also a sign of the disorder.
Although, such people have no problem in reading and understanding the concepts.
In some cases, dysgraphia can also appear with other conditions, like dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorders.