Many have heard about dyslexia, but fewer have heard of a specific subset of dyslexia called dysgraphia. This is a handwriting disability that results in irregular mixtures of letter shapes and sizes, upper and lower case letters, and an irregular mixture of print and cursive lettering. According to this video, dysgraphia makes it difficult for those who suffer from this disability to use writing as a means of communication.
There are three types of dysgraphia: dyslexic dysgraphia, when spontaneously written text is illegible; motor dysgraphia, when both spontaneously written and copied text may be illegible; and spatial dysgraphia, characterized with illegible writing whether spontaneously produced or copied. These three main types of this handwriting handicap can cause many issues with handwriting.
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