"Strength isn't always about holding a pencil with ease; sometimes, it's in the courage to pick it up despite the struggle. In the dance of dysgraphia, every mark on the page is a testament to resilience, creativity, and the beauty of overcoming obstacles."

What is Dysgraphia?

"Dysgraphia is a learning disability that results in impaired handwriting, impaired spelling, or both in someone of normal or above-average intelligence. It is not a mental health disorder, but rather a brain-based learning disability marked by difficulty forming letters, spelling words correctly, staying within lines, writing legibly, or organising and expressing one’s ideas on paper" (Psychology Today).

Our Assessment

Our diagnostic assessment may help you understand why you may be struggling. Identification enables people to seek support at school, disability support through DSA funding at university, or, in the work place through the Government’s Access to Work Scheme (this includes funding and mentoring). It may help to boost confidence and self-esteem.

Our typical Dysgraphia Assessment

  • Fine Motor Skills

  • Detailed analysis of handwriting

  • Visual Motor Integration Skills

  • Motor Coordination Skills

  • Visual Perception Skills

  • Phonological Processing

  • General Ability

  • Working Memory

  • FAQ's

    From 8 years old

    A summary of key findings from the assessment and background information from home, school and/or other agencies. Detailed interpretation of test results, including: • General Underlying Ability: verbal and non verbal ability • Academic achievement: reading, spelling, writing, and handwriting • Cognitive processing: memory, phonological skills, and processing speed • Holistic view of assessment findings • Table of test scores • Key recommendations for supporting the learner in the following areas: • Home environment • Classroom environment • Access arrangements in exams (if appropriate) • Disabled Students Allowance (DSA), if appropriate.

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