Dysgraphia is a condition that effects fine motor coordination, particularly when writing or drawing. This is common with autistic people. They find writing very difficult, and their handwriting is often very messy or unintelligible.


  • Therapy focusing on handwriting
  • Occupational therapy
  • Special pencil grips or writing aids
  • Typing on a computer instead of writing
  • Disability accommodations at school, such as oral exams, note-taker, and/or tape recorder during lecture


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