Dysgraphia Information Page | National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke - Dysgraphia in adults
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If dysgraphia isn't diagnosed in childhood, it often leads to further challenges or self-esteem problems for adults who live with the condition and. The learning disability associated with writing is known as dysgraphia. But it also can also affect other fine motor skills, like tying shoes, as well as the thought processes involved in writing: organizing thoughts, following rules of grammar, and spelling words correctly.