Special Education for motor dysgraphia in kids

We specialize in offering holistic special education for children with written language disorder. Our dedicated team of experts understands the unique challenges faced by children with these disabilities and is committed to providing tailored, compassionate care that nurtures each child’s potential.

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Let’s Understand Dysgraphia in children

writing expression disorder (dysgraphia) is a neurological disorder that affects a child’s ability to write, organize thoughts, and understand written language. This disability can manifest in various ways, impacting your child’s academic performance and self-esteem.

But with our special education support and effective intervention, written expression learning disorder can learn to overcome these challenges. Yes, we can help your child develop effective writing skills and gain confidence in their abilities.

Symptoms and Signs of written expression disability

Difficulty holding a pencil correctly. Struggle with drawing simple shapes. Shows frustration with coloring or writing activities.
Challenges in organizing thoughts on paper. Poor handwriting and frequent erasing. Difficulty with spelling and basic sentence structure.
Continues to have illegible handwriting. Struggles with more complex writing tasks. Avoids writing tasks, expressing negative feelings.
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Writing Learning,Difficulties We Help With

We are proud to offer special education services with expert assistance for children facing all types of writing expression disorder.

Your Child Needs Help, Don’t Neglect It

Why Choose Us For Motor Dysgraphia Therapy Services?

We thoroughly understand and then employ a variety of therapeutic approaches, including multisensory learning techniques perfectly tailored to the individual needs of your child. Rest assured that we’re the trusted ally to help your child overcome dysgraphia challenges because….

Accurate Diagnosis

We utilize powerful assessment tools to ensure precise identification of writing learning disability types and challenges.

Personalized Plans

Each therapy plan for dealing with dysgraphia is custom-crafted to meet the needs and learning styles of your child.

Holistic Interventions

Our proven approaches integrate cognitive, motor, and language therapies for comprehensive skill development.

Telehealth Support

We offer convenient online session options, allowing children to engage in hassle-free therapeutic activities.

Detailed Sessions

Our sessions last for over an hour to address specific writing challenges, ensuring focused and effective support.

Follow Up Monitoring

We provide continuous monitoring and adjustments to therapy plans, ensuring consistent progress over time


Don't Let Your Child Struggle Alone with Writing Learning Challenges

Your child’s constant difficulty with writing can lead to long-term academic and emotional difficulties, such as decreased performance in school, loss of confidence, and increased anxiety. If left unaddressed, it can create a cycle of frustration and avoidance, both for your child and you.

We are committed to transforming all writing learning challenges into opportunities for growth. Reach out to us for expert assessments, personalized special education plans, and a multidisciplinary approach to cater to your child’s unique needs. We create a nurturing environment that not only improves writing skills but also boosts overall self-esteem and academic enthusiasm.
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Call For Collaboration with Schools and Daycare Centers

Our special education professionals love to bring tailored support for writing learning disabilities directly to the places where children spend most of their time learning and playing.

Yes. We partner with schools and daycare centers, making our support more accessible and less intimidating for both children and educators. If you’re located within a 20 km radius of our center, reach out to us right away. 

We will conduct a dysgraphia assessment for your child with the help of dysgraphia assessment tools.

Frequently Asked Questions

Always remember that early intervention is key, so never delay it. We typically start this with children as young as preschool age to address challenges early on. Children from ages 3 to 13 can get started with our special education for learning disabilities in writing.
Unlike typical tutoring, our dysgraphia special education focuses on specific neurological and motor challenges, offering tailored strategies to improve writing rather than just academic support.
Our tailored special education sessions for learning disabilities in writing include fine motor skill exercises, writing practice with specialized tools, cognitive exercises for organization and structure, and multisensory learning activities.
Yes, but only if the school approaches us. We work collaboratively with the schools to align our special education with children’s educational needs, ensuring a cohesive approach.
We provide thorough guidance on at-home exercises and strategies to reinforce our special education support for dysgraphia and other writing learning disorders, including specific activities and resources.